Research on Scholarly Communication & the Humanities
I’m a doctoral researcher at the Department of Information Studies at University College London. For my PhD, I focus on the sociology of authorship and the economics of publishing in the humanities. My research is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council through the London Arts and Humanities Partnership, and I’m supported by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation.
On this website, you can find articles about my research, foremost on scholarly publishing and open access. Older articles focus on innovation in publishing and book trade, which was a focus area during my earlier university studies.
An editorial note: knowledge production is a work in progress, and so is the representation of my work in this blog. Hence, some of my former perspectives may be refined or revised, which is then reflected in newer articles. Find the table of contents here or go directly to the most recent articles here.
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