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Knowledge Creation amidst Biased and Entrenched Systems of Academic Publishing

A guide to the Chai Wai panel scheduled for November 17, 2020.

Fran Collyer

Fran Collyer
Associate Professor
Department of Sociology and Social Policy
University of Sydney
fran.collyer@sydney.edu.au

Highlighted publications

Collyer, F. M. (2018). Global patterns in the publishing of academic knowledge: Global North, global South. Current Sociology, 66(1), 56–73.

Connell, R., Collyer, F., Maia, J., & Morrell, R. (2017). Toward a global sociology of knowledge: Post-colonial realities and intellectual practices. International Sociology, 32(1), 21–37.

Connell, R., Pearse, R., Collyer, F., Maia, J. M., & Morrell, R. (2018). Negotiating with the North: How Southern-tier intellectual workers deal with the global economy of knowledge. The Sociological Review, 66(1), 41–57.

Charlotte Roh

Charlotte Roh
Scholarly Communications Librarian
Gleeson Library | Geschke Center
University of San Francisco
croh2@usfca.edu

Highlighted publications

Roh, C. (2016). Library publishing and diversity values: Changing scholarly publishing through policy and scholarly communication education. College & Research Libraries News, 77(2), 82–85.

Roh, C. (2018). Reflections on the Intersection of Publishing and Librarianship: The Experiences of Women of Color. In R. L. Chou & A. Pho (Eds.), Pushing the margins: Women of color and intersectionality in LIS (pp. 427–446). Library Juice Press.

Roh, C. (2016). Inequalities in Publishing. Urban Library Journal, 22(2), 1–15.

Laila Hussein

Laila Hussein
Middle East & North African Studies Librarian
International and Area Studies Library
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
lhoussei@illinois.edu