What if academic publishing worked like fan publishing?:Imagining the Fantasy Research Archive of Our Own

Noppe, Nele and Price, Ludi and Chiu, Kimberley and Miller, J. Nicole and Wang, Erika Ningxin and Vaswani, Serena M. and Merry, Sarah Kate and Pollock, D.E. and Black, Suzanne R. and Hartwell, Rhiannon and Jacobs, Naomi and Thomas, Paul Anthony and Emmanouloudis, Argyrios and Hellman, Erica and Spitz, Amy (2022) What if academic publishing worked like fan publishing?:Imagining the Fantasy Research Archive of Our Own. Transformative Works and Cultures, 37.

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Abstract

Researchers, universities, and academic libraries develop a range of tools and platforms to make scholarship more accessible. What could these scholarly communications and open access projects learn from examples set by fandom and fan activists, for example, the fan works platform Archive of Our Own (AO3)? This conceptual paper, the result of a brainstorming session by scholars and librarians, proposes that a Fantasy Research Archive of Our Own should excel at making scholarly knowledge production into a visibly, enthusiastically collective endeavor that recognizes many kinds of contributions beyond the publication of traditional research papers.

Item Type:
Journal Article
Journal or Publication Title:
Transformative Works and Cultures
ID Code:
168596
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Deposited On:
13 Apr 2022 15:35
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Published
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04 May 2022 02:49