HASTAC 2011 Digital Scholarly Communications focuses on issues of changes in language and thinking in the internet-bred generation, issues around innovation in the Ph.D. and graduate education more generally, issues of equality, inequality, access (globally and nationally), circulation, and representation, all of the broadest and most incisive issues of scholarly communication (moral, social, legal, conceptual, and international in scope). The event will be held on December 1-3 in the North Quadrangle at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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