Keynote speaker (invited – postponed), Radical Open Access: Experiments in (Post-)Publishing Symposium, Room M549, Center for British and Irish Studies room, 5th floor, Norlin Library, University of Colorado, Boulder, 6-7 April. Organised by Mark Amerika and Janneke Adema, with Danny Snelson (UCLA), Davin Heckman (Winona State), Joanna Zylinska (Goldsmiths), and Gary Hall (Coventry).
“Post-Publishing. Publishing between the Digital and the Human’ (invited – postponed), Crossroads in Cultural Studies 2020, part of the spotlight panel Postdigital Cultures, with Rolien Hoyng, Daisy Tam, and Poppy Wilde, Lisbon, Portugal, 28 to 31 July 2020.
With Eileen Joy, “International, Scholar-led Collaboration around Community-led Open Publishing Infrastructures for Monographs,” (accepted – postponed) Digital Initiatives Symposium 2020, University of San Diego, USA, April 28, 2020.
Keynote (with Joe Deville), ‘A conversation on the relationalities of care in Open Access Publishing’, Open Educational Resources Conference, April 1-2, London, UK.
Workshop participant, Culture Unbound Turns 10! Publishing, Property and Academic Labour Workshop Culture Unbound 10-year anniversary, Norrköping, December 12th, Sweden.
Invited Talk, Society of Young Publishers (SYP) annual conference: Paving the Way in Publishing: Innovate, Adapt, Overcome, Saturday 23 November, Oxford Brookes, UK.
Invited Panelist, Open Access Monographs: from policy to reality. A one-day symposium. St Catharine’s College, Cambridge University, 2 October 2019, Cambridge, UK.
Invited Talk, Community-led Open Infrastructures for Monographs (COPIM), UK Research and Innovation Open Access Review Workshop on monographs and book chapters, Friday 13 September, London, UK. Presentation
Invited Talk, ‘Experiments in Posthumanities Publishing and Post-Publishing’, Doctoral College seminar Latest Research in Doctoral Education, with Professor Liezel Frick, Tuesday 10 September, Coventry University, Coventry, UK. Presentation Talk
With Graham Stone, Jeroen Sondervan and Verena Weigert, ‘Towards a KE Roadmap for OA monographs’, Liber Conference June 26-28 Dublin. Online
With Kaja Marczewska, ‘Post-it. Academic Post Cards.’ Delivered the Same Day: The Post Office and Amazon.com. Part of the Work, Property, Metrics events series organised by the Post Office Research Group. Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University. With !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Jamie Woodcock, Peter Conlin, Valeria Graziano, Gary Hall, Kaja Marczewska, Marcell Mars, Tomislav Medak. June 3rd, Coventry University. Online, Talk
Invited speaker, Critical Issues In Open Access And Scholarly Communications, Goldsmiths College, University Of London, Friday May 24. Online
Invited panelist, with Gary Hall, Urgent Publishing: New strategies for publishing in post-truth times – Hosted by The Institute for Network Cultures (Amsterdam University of Applies Sciences), Willem de Kooning Academy (Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences) and the ArtEZ Press (ArtEZ Institute for the Arts). Amsterdam/Arnhem, The Netherlands, May 15-17. Online, Panel, Presentation, Talk
Keynote Lecture. ‘The Digital Humanities Beyond The Digital And The Human: Imagining New Relationalities For Knowledge Production’. Digital Humanities Institute Beirut (DHIB). Consolidating Local, Regional, International and Consortial Collaborations in Digital Humanities Communities. Hosted by The Center for Arts and Humanities (AUB), AMICAL Consortium, Orient Institut Beirut (OIB), The Department of English (AUB), University Libraries (AUB) and the Office of Information Technology (AUB) at The American University of Beirut, 3-5 May. Online Talk Presentation
Invited Panelist, ‘Postcolonial Open Access and Language Criticism: Who is writing for Whom and Who wants to be read by Whom?’ Panel organised by Middle East – Topics and Arguments (META), Chaired by Maike Neufend and Ines Braune, with Layachi El Habbouch and Marcel Wrzesinski. Digital Humanities Institute Beirut (DHIB). Consolidating Local, Regional, International and Consortial Collaborations in Digital Humanities Communities. The American University of Beirut, 3-5 May. Online
Invited Participant. OAPEN workshop: ‘Discovery and Dissemination strategies for Open Access Monographs’, April 4th, The Hague, the Netherlands.
Facilitator and Rapporteur: Knowledge Exchange Stakeholder Workshop on Open Access and Monographs, Brussels, November 7-8.
Participant Indexathon, organised by Renée Ridgway as part of her fellowship entitled ‘The Autonomous Surfer’. Center for Advanced Internet Studies (CAIS), October 18-19th, Bochum.
‘Scaling Small; Or How to Imagine New Relationalities for Knowledge Production’, Part of the Scaling the Future Panel with Valeria Graziano, Marcell Mars, Tomislav Medak and Jurij Smrke, International Conference Digital Cultures: Knowledge / Culture / Technology. Co-hosted by the Centre for Digital Cultures (CDC), Leuphana University Lüneburg, and the Institute for Culture and Society (ICS), Western Sydney University, as part of the Knowledge/Culture Series. Leuphana University Lüneburg, September 19–22 2018. Online Talk
Invited Speaker, ‘Radical Open Access: Fostering Scholar-led and Not-For-Profit Publishing Ecologies’. 10th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing (COASP), University of Vienna, Austria, 17–19 September. Presentation Talk
Facilitator: OA monographs and the academic career path: from PGR to the professoriate. Open access monographs: An event for learned societies and subject associations, organised by the UUK OA Monograph Working Group and the Arts and Humanities Association (AHA) The British Academy, London, 11 September 2018. Online
Invited Speaker, ‘Differential and Iterative Publishing’. Part of the Spotlight Session Publishing Cultural Studies, Now and in the Future, with Mehdi Semati, Northern Illinois University, Gabriela Méndez Cota, Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de México and Ted Striphas, University of Colorado Boulder (chair/organizer). The 12th International ACS Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Shanghai, August 12th to 15th 2018. OnlinePresentation Talk
Invited workshop lead, Post-conference: Open Media Studies (workshop 1: Research and Analysis). Organised by Jeroen Sondervan (Utrecht University), Jeffrey Pooley (Muhlenberg College, US), Jaap Kooijman (University of Amsterdam), Erwin Verbruggen (Institute for Sound and Vision and sponsored by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum, Saturday 30 June 2018. Online Presentation
‘The Poethics of Openness’. Part of The Poethics of Scholarship panel, with Kaja Marczewska, Frances McDonald and Whitney Trettien, curated by POP. Radical Open Access II – The Ethics of Care, The Post Office, Coventry University, June 26th-27th 2018, Coventry. Online Presentation
Project participant, OpenAIRE Project New Platforms for Open Access Book Distribution, with representatives from Mattering Press, meson press, Open Book Publishers, Open Humanities Press, and punctum books, June 25th, Coventry.
‘Exploring blogging’, Opening New Doors Building Your Online Presence themed series, Coventry University, 25th May 2018. Presentation
Network participant, ‘Global Matters’. (1.5 day workshop). In conjunction with the symposium ‘Academic Citizenship’, convened by Alison Wood, Richard Oosterhoff and Theodor Dunkelgrün. With Professor Christopher Newfield (University of California, Santa Barbara). Part of Critical University Studies: An Early Career Researcher Network 2018 (convened by CRASSH Mellon/Newton Fellow Dr Alison Wood and supported by a British Academy Rising Stars Engagement Award). CRASSH, Cambridge, April 2018.
Network participant, ‘Scholarship in Policy, Policy in Scholarship’. With Professor Helen Small (Oxford) and Dr Diana Beech (HEPI). Part of Critical University Studies: An Early Career Researcher Network 2018 (convened by CRASSH Mellon/Newton Fellow Dr Alison Wood and supported by a British Academy Rising Stars Engagement Award). British Academy, London, 26 February 2018.
Julien McHardy, Vincent W.J. Van Gerven Oei; Janneke Adema; Joe Deville, ‘Interim project presentation’, Beyond Apcs: Alternative Open Access Publishing Business Models, OpenAIRE Workshop, April 15th 2018, The Hague. Online Presentation
Project participant, OpenAIRE Project New Platforms for Open Access Book Distribution, with representatives from Mattering Press, meson press, Open Book Publishers, Open Humanities Press, and punctum books, February 16-17, Amsterdam.
Invited participant, New Horizons for Open Science Researchers workshop, (organised by Simon Worthington/The Leibniz Research Alliance), Open Science Lab, The German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Hannover, January 18th 2018. Online
Network Participant, ‘Mapping the Emerging Field of Critical University Studies’. Part of Critical University Studies: An Early Career Researcher Network 2018 (convened by CRASSH Mellon/Newton Fellow Dr Alison Wood and supported by a British Academy Rising Stars Engagement Award) CRASSH, Cambridge, 23 January 2018. Online
Keynote Speaker. Homeward Bound 2018’s Evening of Empowering Women, Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge, October 13th. Online
Keynote Speaker. ‘Distributed, Radical and Resilient: Speculations on a Community-Led Future for Open Access Publishing’, Open Access Tage 2017 (Moderation: Dirk Verdicchio (Universitätsbibliothek Bern), Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden (SLUB), Dresden, 11-13 September. Online Talk Presentation PDF
Invited speaker, Critical Digital Humanities symposium, University of Westminster, May 22-23. Other participants included David Berry, John Cayley, Caroline Bassett, Michael Dieter, Alexander Galloway, Gary Hall, Marisa Parham, Tara McPherson and Patrick Svenson. Abstract Presentation
Invited participant, Workshop INC – Future Research in the Field of Digital Publishing, January 23rd, Amsterdam.
Podcast interview Zero Infinite #2 Post-Digital Publishing, Institute for Network Cultures 2017. Further contributions by Michael Dieter, Morehshin Allahyari and Daniel Rourke.
‘Revisiting the Book Review’. Panel on New Media Gatekeepers at The 11th Association for Cultural Studies Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference, Sydney (AUS) 14-17 December, 2016. With Virginia Crisp (Kings College London) and Margie Borschke (Macquarie University). Online Presentation Talk
‘The Ethics Of Emergent Research: Reconfiguring Copyright Through Experiments In Radical Open Access Publishing’. Special Association of Cultural Studies (ACS) Panel on ‘Reconceptualising Copyright’ at the ECREA, 6th European Communication Conference (ECC) – Mediating (Dis)Continuities: Contesting Pasts, Presents and Futures. Prague 9 – 12 November. With Balasz Bodo (IVIR, University of Amsterdam) and Gilbert Rodman (University of Minnesota). Online Presentation Talk
Part of the Project Team on Social Integration for the Distributed Commons attending the Triangle SCI 2016 Scholarly Communication Institute –Incentives, Economics, and Values: Changing the Political Economy of Scholarly Publishing. Chapel Hill, University of Virginia (US) October 9 to 13, 2016. With Stuart Lawson (Radical Librarians Collective/Birckbeck), Samuel Moore (Ubiquity/King’s College London), Donna Lanclos (Associate Professor for Anthropological Research, J. Murrey Atkins Library, UNC Charlotte), Sherri L. Barnes (UC Santa Barbara Library), Eileen Joy (Punctum Books). Planning documents and reflections: Project proposal; Working document; Slides from summary presentation on the last day of SCI 2016; Social Integration for the Distributed Commons blog post;Thinking Critically about Scholarship, Teaching and Learning by Donna Lanclos. A future white paper based on our group’s work at SCI 2016 will likely be part of this liquid book, The Academia.Edu Files
Book stand, interactive books and video streams, with 2 workshops on open access publishing during the AHRC Commons first national event, Common Ground at the Ron Cooke Hub and TFTV (University of York), 21 June. With Rupert Gatti (Trinity College Cambridge) and Gary Hall (Coventry University).
‘Radical Open Access’, Open Access in de Humane Wetenschappen Panel, with Paolo de Assis (Orpheus Instituut), Maarten Delbeke (UGent), Carl Demeyere (UB Leuven), Gwen Franck (eIFL), Johan Rooryck (Universiteit Leiden), Marike Schipper (Leuven University Press) en Saskia de Vries (Sampan), KU Leuven (BE), May 4th. Online Talk
With Silvia Stoyanova, ‘The Multidimensional Scholarly Archive’, Digital Humanities Autumn School 2015: “Methodological Intersections”, Trier University, September 30. Online Abstract Presentation Talk
‘Bookfuturism: Visions of the Future Book’, Norlit 2015: THE BOOK TO COME. The 13th biannual conference of the Nordic Association for Comparative Literature, Gothenburg, August 20–22. Online Presentation Talk
Debate panelist (respondent) on the CILIP debate: ‘All access to publicly funded research should be openly available for the public good’. CILIP West Midlands Members Day. Birmingham (UK), February 9th. Online
Expert participant at the SPARC/PLOS Open Access Advocacy Training workshop. The Wellcome Trust, London (UK), January 7-8.
‘Embracing Messiness’. Paper delivered at The Post-Digital Scholar Conference: Open Access, Piracy, and Public Spheres. Part of the panel ‘The Mess that open access has become’ 12.11.–14.11.2014, Lüneburg, Germany. Online Talk PDSC presentation Janneke Adema Reblogged at The LSE Impact Blog
‘Living Books’. Paper presented at Knowledge Machines: The potential of the Digital. Symposium on alternative practices in humanities research. University of Kent, 27th of September. Online Talk Presentation Wiki
‘Entangled knowledge production: academic writing and publishing’. Part of a panel on ‘Feminist Publishing’ organised by Sarah Kember for the Feminist Writing Conference. With Carol Stabile (University of Oregon), Joe Deville (Goldsmiths, University of London), editor, Mattering Press, Andrea Francke and Eva Weinmayr, AND Publishing, and Pauline van Mourik Broekman, Mute. Goldmiths, June 6th, London. Podcast Talk
Round Table on ‘New Forms in Scientific Publishing’. Presented at SymOrg 2014 – New business models and sustainable competitiveness. June 6 – 10, 2014, Congress Center Ratko Mitrović, Zlabitor, Serbia. Talk Presentation
‘Why Write? Feminism, publishing and the politics of communication’, a conversation with Mercedes Bunz, Paulien van Mourik Broekman, Joe Deville, Andrea Francke, Eva Weinmayer, Carol Stabile and Sarah Kember, Friday 31 January 2014 Goldsmiths College, University of London.
‘Practice what you Preach’, presentation for the first Research Café of the School of Art and Design, focused on PhD students and their supervisors, 6 November, Coventry.
‘Cutting scholarship together/apart. Rethinking the political-economy of scholarly book publishing’ Specialist Research Seminar, Coventry university, 28 October, Coventry.
Presentation at the seminar ‘Open Access voor wetenschappelijke boeken in Nederland. Praktijkervaringen in het kader van het project OAPEN-NL.’ Utrecht, 22 October. Presentatie
‘Opening up possibilities for critique’. Part of the workshop ‘Open up! The Politics and Pragmatics of Open Access’, organised by Andreas Kirchner (Hybrid Publishing Lab) for the GfM2013 Medien der Wissenschaften conference. With Armin Beverungen, Helge Peters, Marcus Burkhardt, Christian Heise and Nishant Shah. Lueneburg, October 4th 2013. Announcement Talk Presentation
Speaker on the ‘New Open Access Publishing Strategies within Critical Management Studies Panel’, chaired by Armin Beverungen, with Ziyad Marar (SAGE), Simon Lilley, (University of Leicester), Sueli Goulart (UFRGS) and Steffen Böhm (University of Essex) at the 8th International Conference in Critical Management Studies, Manchester Thursday 11th July. Announcement
‘Find a reputable OA publisher – DOAB’. Part of the workshop ‘How exactly do you get your monograph published in open access?’, with Tom Cochrane and Ernesto Priego, Open Access Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference, organised by JISC Collections in partnership with OAPEN Foundation. The British Library, London (UK), 1 and 2 July. Presentation
‘The Political Nature of the Boundless Book: On Artists’ Books and Radical Open Access’, Janneke Adema and Gary Hall. Part of the Paperbound panel, chaired by Alessandro Ludovico. Also featuring Lothar Müller and Markus Krajewski, Transmediale festival for art and digital culture, January 30, Berlin. Talk Presentation Online
‘Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences’. Presentation at the Post-digital Publishing Workshop: Publishing and the University – Open Access and Open Learning, organised by Simon Worthington. Also featuring Gary Hall, Geoff Cox and Christian Ulrik and Sean Dockrey. Transmediale festival for art and digital culture, January 31, Berlin. Talk Presentation Online
‘Critical Praxis and the Open Book’, Research Seminar Lecture Coventry University, Coventry, October 16th 2012. Presentation
‘OA Books- Results from the DOAB User Needs Study’. Presentation at The 4th Conference on Open Access Scholarly Publishing, (COASP 2012), 19th September 2012, Budapest, Hungary. Talk Presentation Video
‘Why Experiment? A Critical Analysis of the Values Behind Digital Scholarly Publishing’. Presentation given at the 9th International Conference Crossroads in Cultural Studies, Paris, France, July 4th, 2012, hosted by Sorbonne Nouvelle University and UNESCO. Part of the panel: ‘Publishing Cultural Studies, Now and in the Future’, with Ted Striphas, Mark Hayward, and Clare Birchall.
‘Digital Publishing in Social Sciences: Challenges and Opportunities’, Presentation given at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, February 9th 2012. Talk Presentation Announcement
‘Reflections on open and mobile art. A Round Table Report’. Presentation given at Panel Discussion as part of Clarke Gallery exhibition The Mobility Project at Meter Room, Coventry, January 21st 2012. Talk Presentation Audio Video
Practice What You Preach. Engaging in Humanities Research Through Critical Praxis. Presentation given at the HASTAC V conference on the theme of Digital Scholarly Communication at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, December 3rd 2011. Talk Presentation
Remix practices and the perseverance of authorship within Humanities scholarship. Presentation given at The culture of Remix. 2nd International Graduate Conference in Communication and Culture, Lisbon, 13-14 October, 2011. Presentation Talk
Experiments with digital publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS): possibilities and challenges. Presentation given at the Cléo/OpenEdition Second Summer university in open electronic publishing at Université de Provence, Marseille, 14 September 2011. Talk Presentation Announcement Video
On Open Books and Fluid Humanities. An exploration of fluidity, liquidity and remix. Presentation given at The University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology, 22 February 2011. Talk Presentation Pictures Video IntroductionQuestionsReply
On Open Books and Fluid Humanities. Presentation given at the conference Research Foundations for Understanding Books and Reading in the Digital Age: Textual Methodologies and Exemplars. The Hague, National Library of The Netherlands, 15 December 2010.Talk Presentation
The Humanities: scholarly communication in flux. The benefits of stimulating Open Access for research and education. Presentation given at The International Conference COMMUNIA 2010: University and Cyberspace. Reshaping Knowledge Institutions for the Networked Age. Torino, 28-30 June 2010. Talk Presentation Video
Open Access, Books and Business Models. Presentation given at The International Conference: Digital Publishing and its Governance: Between knowledge and power. Paris, April 28-30th 2010. Talk Presentation
Recent developments in Academic Publishing. Open Access e-books and Enhanced Publications. Presentation given at The European Library Contacts Working Group. 18th -19th May 2009, National Library of The Netherlands, The Hague. Talk Presentation
Presentation at Brill studiedag, Leiden (Naturalis) 1st July 2009.