Reimagining Scholarly Communication for the 21st Century at JustPublics365

Reimagining Scholarly Communication for the 21st Century at JustPublics365
Friday, March 1, 2013 - 12:00am to Wednesday, March 6, 2013 - 12:00am


JustPublics@365 The Graduate Center, CUNY 
Create. Connect. Transform.   March 1st - 6th, 2013


Reimagining Scholarly Communication for the 21st Century

JustPublics@365 SUMMIT 
a week-long series of events

JustPublics@365 is pleased to announce our inaugural Summit. In this week-long series of events (March 1-6), the JustPublics@365 Summit will bring together academics, activists, and innovators in scholarly communication to explore big changes in academia in the digital era.

Summit Events

#OccupyData Hackathon 
Friday 3/1 12p-3:30p and 3/2 12p-6pm The James Gallery

Theorizing the Web 2013 (#TtW13)
Friday 3/1 4p-6p, Alice Marwick, The James Gallery, (ticketed event); Friday 3/1 6:30-7:30p Concourse Level - "Free Speech for Whom?" Panel: Adrian Chen, danah boyd, and Zeynup Tufecki Moderator: Jessie Daniels (open to the public, photo ID required to enter building, no ticket required).

Poverty, YouTube, and Representation 
Tuesday 3/5 6:30p-8p The James Gallery 
Natalie Bookchin and Alex Juhasz

Hands-On Workshops in Digital Media
Wednesday 3/6 9a-1p Rooms 9204, 9205, and 9206

#AltMetrics: Changing Measures of Scholarly Impact 
Wednesday 3/6 2p-4p Elebash Hall
Panelists: David Harvey, Chris Caruso, and Robert Hilliker Moderator: Matthew K. Gold

Closing Reception and Plenary
Wednesday 3/6 Reception: 6p-7p Lobby of Elebash Hall
Plenary: 7p-8p Elebash Hall 
Professor Anthea Butler (UPenn) in Conversation with Provost Chase Robinson about the changes in scholarly communication in the digital era.  

We are grateful for the support of The Graduate Center, CUNY, the Center for Humanities and Sociology Program, ARC Advance Research Collaborative and, the Ford Foundation in making this Summit possible. The JustPublics@365 summits are intended to engage academics in creating new kinds of knowledge streams, connecting scholars, activists, policy makers, and media to wider publics as well as, focusing on specific areas and ways that we can transform the world in ways that promote social justice.


The Graduate Center, CUNY, is located at 365 Fifth Avenue, New York City, NY. All events are free and open to the public (photo ID required to enter building).

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