What's Feminist About Open Access? A Relational Approach to Copyright in the Academy

Carys J. Craig, Joseph F. Turcotte & Rosemary J. Coombe
In a context of great technological and social change, existing intellectual property regimes such as copyright must contend with parallel forms of ownership and distribution. Proponents of open access, for example, question and undermine the paradigm of exclusivity central to traditional copyright law, thereby fundamentally challenging its ownership structures and the publishing practices these support. In this essay, we attempt to show what it is about the open access endeavour that resonates with a feminist...
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