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Open Access: Academic Perspectives

In Autumn 2016 we took the opportunity to find out what some King's academics thought and felt about open access. We invited two professors and an administrator (who is also an academic) to share their perspectives. They kindly obliged and considered the topic in the broadest sense, offering their thoughts of where the value of open access lies both for academics and the global public.

This is a project we intend to continue.

 



Professor Charlotte Roueché, interviewed 28th October 2016

Professor Roueché is an Emeritus Professor at King's College London and has a particular interest in the interface between Digital Humanities and Classical and Byzantine studies. For many years she has worked on the archaeology of the Greco-Roman world, particularly in Kuwait, Turkey and Libya; one of her principal concerns is to develop robust standards for the high quality online publication of such materials.

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Professor Alan Read, interviewed 20th October 2016


Professor of Theatre at King's College London, Professor Read has been a theatre director as well as an academic. His research interests include: ethics, politics, philosophies and critical theories of theatre and performance; performance, architecture and location in the urban realm; theatre and everyday life, socially engaged art practices, performed communities. Here he talks about Open Access and the benefits it brings in the context of the Arts and Humanities.

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Dr Richard Matthewman, interviewed 14th October 2016

Dr Matthewman is a Faculty Research Officer in NMS who has experience both of publishing in the open access environment and offering support to others attempting to do the same. His research interests include: supporting the Faculty's REF preparations, collaborating with colleagues to develop records of research impact, assisting with the development of management information relating to research. In his current role he is a support to colleagues across the faculty.

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