Anthropology Self-Archiving Repositories

Directory of Open Access Journals

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The Open Access Tracking Project


Albanese, Andrew.
2008. “Harvard Mandates Open Access..”
Library Journal 133:16-17

Bergstrom, Theodore.

2006. “Free Labour for Costly Journals”. Accessed 05/04/08.


Berrett, Dan.

2010. “Anthropology Without Science.” Inside Higher Ed. Accessed 03/01/2011. (

Borneman, John.

1995. “American Anthropology as Foreign Policy.” American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. 97, No. 4 (Dec. 1995), pp. 663-672.

Bourdieu, Pierre.

1991. The Peculiar History of Scientific Reason. Plenum Publishing Corporation. Paris.

Bourdieu, Pierre and Loic Wacquant.

1999. “On the Cunning of Imperialist Reason.” Theory, Culture and Society. 16(1):41-58

Brody, Tim and Stevan Harnad.

2004. “Comparing the Impact of Open Access (OA) vs. Non-OA Articles in the Same Journals.” D-Lib Magazine. Vol. 10. No. 6. (

Brettell, Caroline. 1993.

When They Read What We Write: The Politics of Ethnography. Bergin & Garvey Paperback.

Deloria, Vine, Jr. 1969.

Custer Died for Your Sins: An Indian Manifesto. New York: Macmillan. (Ch. 4, “Anthropologists and Other Friends,” 78-100)

Fabian, Johannes. 1991.

Time and the Work of Anthropology: Critical Essays, 1971-1991. Harwood Academic Publishers. (Ch. 10, “Culture ,Time, and the Object of Anthropology.” 191-206

Friedman, P. Kerim. 2004.

“Open Source Anthropology.” Anthropology News vol. 45, no. 7, October (2004): 14-15. (

Golub, Alex. 2007.

“With a Business Model Like This, Who Needs Enemies?.” http://0-

Grobsmith, Elizabeth S.

1997. “Growing Up on Deloria: The Impact of His Work on a

New Generation of Anthropologists.” In Thomas Biolsi and Larry J. Zimmerman, eds., Indians and Anthropologists: Vine Deloria Jr. and the Critique of Anthropology, pp. 35- 49. Tucson: University Press of Arizona.

Harley, D. et al. 2010.

“Assessing the Future Landscape of Scholarly Communication: An Exploration of Faculty Values and Needs in Seven Disciplines.” Center for Studies in Higher Education, UC Berkeley. Accessed July 27, 2010 (

Harnad, S.

2007. “The Green Road to Open Access: A Leveraged Transition.” In: The Culture of Periodicals from the Perspective of the Electronic Age, pp. 99-105, L’Harmattan. Accessed Nov. 20th, 2010. (

Hine, Christine.

2005. Virtual methods: issues in social research on the Internet. Berg Publishers.

Kelty, Christopher. et al.

2008. “ANTHROPOLOGY OF/IN CIRCULATION: The Future of Open Access and Scholarly Societies.” Cultural Anthropology 23:559-588.

Kelty, Christopher.

2008. “The State of Open Access Anthropology.” Accessed May 8, 2008. (http://0- prevSearch=open+access)

Lassiter, Luke.
2006. “Collaborative Ethnography Matters.” Accessed June 7, 2008.

Lassiter, Luke.

2005. “Collaborative Ethnography and Public Anthropology.” Current Anthropology. Vol. 46. No. 1.

Lathrop, Stacy.

2007. “Friends, Why Are We Sinking?.” Accessed 01/01/2010 (http://0-

Ntarangwi, Babiker and David Mills.

2006. African Anthropologies. History, Critique and Practice. Zed Books.

Onta, Pratyoush and Ian Harper.

2005. “The politics of publishing: a case study from Nepal.” Anthropology Matters, Vol 7.

Peirano, Mariza G.

1998. “When Anthropology is at Home: The Different Contexts of a Single Discipline.” Annual Review of Anthropology, Vol. 27 (1998), pp. 105-128.

Price, David.

2010. “Blogging Anthropology: Savage Minds, Zero Anthropology and AAA Blogs.” American Anthropologist. Vol. 112, Issue 1.

Rainger, Ronald.

1978. “Race, Politics, and Science: The Anthropological Society of London in the 1860’s.” Victorian Studies 22(1):51-70

Raymond, Eric.

1997. “The Cathedral and the Bazaar.” Accessed 03/05/2010. (

Swan, Alma.
2006. “Open Access. Why we should have it.” Accessed 08/14/2010 (

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Thompson, Eric C.

2006. “Internet-Mediated Networking and Academic Dependency in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the United States.” Current Sociology, Vol 54.

Trouillot, Michel-Rolph.

2003. Global Transformations: Anthropology and the Modern World. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (Ch.1 “Anthropology and the Savage Slot: The Poetics and Politics of Otherness.” 7-28)

Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt.

2004. Friction: An Ethnography of Global Connection. Princeton University Press.

Van Maanen.

1995. “An End to Innocence. The Ethnography of Ethnography.” in Van Maanen (ed.) Representation in Ethnography. Thousand Oaks. Sage. pp.1-35

Wacquant, Loic.

2005. “Shadowboxing with Ethnographic Ghosts. A Rejoinder.” Symbolic Interaction 28-3: 441-447.

Waltham, Mary.

2009. “The Future of Scholarly Journals Publishing Among Social Science and Humanities Associations”, Report on a study funded by a Planning Grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (

Wallerstein, Immanuel. et al.

1996. Open the Social Sciences: Report of the Gulbenkian Commission on the Restructuring of the Social Sciences. 1st ed. Stanford University Press.

Wallerstein, Immanuel.

1999. The End of the World as we Know It. Chapter 11 “Eurocentrism and its Avatars: The Dilemmas of Social Science.” University of Minnesota Press. pp.169- 184

Waters, Lindsay.

2004. Enemies of Promise. Publishing, Perishing, and the Eclipse of Scholarship. Prickly Paradigm Press.

Wesch, M.

2007. “What is web 2.0? What does it mean for anthropology? Lessons from an accidental viral video.” Anthropology News.

Willinsky J.

2005. “The Access Principle. The Case for Open Access to Research and Scholarship.”

Wittel, Andreas.

2000. “Ethnography on the move: From field to net to Internet”. Forum: Qualitative Social Research. Institute for Qualitative Research. (

Blog posts

Boyd, Danah.

2004. “Why Blogs Aren’t a Safe Space.”


Forte, M.

2008. “Open Access Journal Publishing in Anthropology”. Zero Anthropology, September 10, 2008. Retrieved October 15, 2009 (

2009. “The Social Reproduction of Science and Anthropology as Knowledge for Domination.” Retrieved July 25, 2010(

2009. “Imperializing Open Access and Militarizing Open Source: “What’s yours is ours. What’s ours is ours” (1.4)” Retrieved October 31, 2010 (

Christen, Kimberly.

2008. “Questions of Properness: Debating the ecology of information in the digital age.” Remixing Anthropology Blog, March 19, 2008. Retrieved March 22, 2008. (

Friedman, K.

2004. “Open Source Anthropology.” Anthropology News vol. 45, no. 7, October. : 14-15. (

Friedman, K.

2008. “Self Archiving Made Easy (for Anthropologists)”.Retrieved Jan 5, 2010. ( for-anthropologists/)

Khazaleh, Lorenz.

2006. “Six Anthropologists on Anthropology and the Internet”

2006. “AnthropologyandCIA: “WeneedmoreawarenessofthepoliticalnatureandusesofourworkRetrieved May 5, 2009


2010. “SecretknowledgeexchangeatEuropeslargestanthropologyconference.”

Suber, Peter.

2007. “Open Access Overview.” Retrieved May 5, 2009


2008. “Text of the Harvard Policy.”

Wiltshire, Owen.

2009. “Ethnographic blogging” id=3404290%3ATopic%3A16767&page=2#comments

2008. “Enthusiasm and learning”

2008. “Two sides to sharing knowledge”

2008. “More Commentary on Ethnography as Commentary”


2009 “Teaching Anthropology Blog”

AccessedMarch 7, 2009

One response to this post.

  1. Hi! Just dropping by…
    I’m an Anthropology graduate of the University of the Philippines. I chanced upon your website when I was browsing about Call for Papers.


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