Ownership, Control, Access & Possession in Open Access Humanities Publishing

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Wall Scholar Mark Turin writes about the issue of whose voices are represented—in print, online or on air—by whom and for whom, and how this issue is particularly salient for under-represented and historically marginalized communities.

Communities of colour and Indigenous peoples have more often found themselves to be objects of scholarly interest and academic scrutiny rather than recognized as co-creators of the research and equal partners in the publishing projects that follow.