Elden asks the question: Why do so many academics publish in unreadable outlets? 

I missed this last week. It’s a good reminder for me finally to take the time to update my paper links with drafts of published work. In general, I get much more feedback on stuff I publish in places open access. And it’s certainly the case there is an ethical case not to hide our work behind expensive paywalls or between the covers of a too-pricey book.

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  1. thanks!

    https://kpfa.org/episode/against-the-grain-june-29-2016/
    Peter Cannavò, drawing from Hannah Arendt’s insights into humans’ relationship with nature and the built environment, examines the politics of place in an era of rampant commodification and urban/suburban sprawl. Cannavo points to an overemphasis on development to the detriment of preservation.

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