The Post-Digital Scholar Conference

PDS_Poster_30714Publishing between Open Access, Piracy and Public Spheres

12.11. – 14.11.2014 | Lüneburg, Germany

Archive: The Conference is over. If you missed the conference, you can review the event in our favorite #pdsc14 pickings or watch the video recordings of all sessions.

New media is dead! Long live new media! For three days, publishers, researchers, programmers, designers, artists, and entrepreneurs discussed how research and publishing in the humanities have changed over the past decade. The conference explored new tools for gathering knowledge, examine platforms for multimedia publishing, or collaborative writing experiments.

Participants focused on the interplay between pixels and print, and discussed open and closed modes of knowledge, in order to seek out what this elusive thing could be: post-digital knowledge.

This website will keep you updated and you can download the conference poster here and the final program (PDF) here.

 


pds-conferenceThe Program of the “The Postdigital Scholar Conference” is chaired by:

Mercedes Bunz – Senior Lecturer Westminster University, former Head of Hybrid Publishing Lab
Nishant Shah – Former International Tandem Partner at Hybrid Publishing Lab
Michael Dieter – Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab
Andreas Kirchner – Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab
Christian Heise – Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab
Minuette Le – Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab

 
Welcome for all on 12.11.2014 | 12.30 pm

Session 1: THE FUTURES OF WRITING on 12.11.2014 | 1pm - 2pm

Clare Birchall (Kings College)
David M. Berry (University of Sussex)
Geert Lovink (Institute of Network Cultures Amsterdam)

Archive: Watch the Video of the Session

Session 2: LET US IN! THE CENTRAL ROLE OF THE LIBRARY on 12.11.14 | 2.30pm - 4pm

Lambert Heller (Leibniz University Hannover)
Thomas Stäcker (Herzog August Library Wolfenbüttel)
Soeren Pold (Universität of Aarhus)
Corinna Haas (ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry) [Presentation]

Session 3: THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE BOOK AND ITS CHANGES on 12.11.14 | 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Kathleen Fitzpatrick (New York University)
Christoph Bläsi (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz) [Presentation]

Session 4: SCHOLARLY PUBLISHING IN THE EYE OF AN ENTREPRENEUR on 13.11.14 | 10.00am - 11.30am

Kathryn Eccles (Oxford Internet Institute)
René König (Karlsruhe Institue of Technology)
Jonas Liepmann (iversity)
Cornelius Puschmann (Humboldt University Berlin)

Session 5: PIRACY AND OPEN ACCESS on 13.11.14 | noon - 1.30pm

Gary Hall (Coventry University)
Bodo Balasz (University of Amsterdam)
Henry Warwick (Ryerson University in Toronto)

Session 6: THE MESS THAT OPEN ACCESS HAS BECOME on 13.11.14 | 3pm - 4.30pm

Janneke Adema (Coventry University) [Presentation]
Nathaniel Tkacz (University of Warwick)
Armin Beverungen (Leuphana University)
Martin Haspelmath (Max Planck Institute)
Helge Peters (Oxford University)

Session 7: POST-DIGITAL PUBLISHING: THE FATE OF PUBLISHERS on 13.11.14 | 5pm - 7pm

Jeroen Sondervan (Amsterdam University Press)
Tariq Goddard (Zero Books)
Felix Evert (De Gruyter)
Jonathan Landgrebe (Suhrkamp Verlag)

Session 8: BOOKS AS DATA on 14.11.14 | 10am - 11.30am

Bernhard Rieder (University of Amsterdam)
Adriaan van der Weel (University of Leiden)
Julianne Nyhan (University College London)

Session 9: THE ART OF HYBRID PUBLISHING on 14.11.14 | Noon - 1.30pm

Florian Cramer (Rotterdam University of Applied Science)
Silvio Lorusso (University of Venice) [Presentation]
Stefanie Posavec (Designer)

WORKSHOPS @ CENTRE FOR DIGITAL CULTURES on 14.11.14 | 2pm - 4pm

DESIGNING THE BOOK OF THE FUTURE
As the publication lifecycles are reshaped by digital tools, new roles for publishers and scholars are re-negotiated. This is where new publishing forms emerge — especially where the act of reading becomes part of new textual creation. The workshop is coordinating a rapid paper-prototyping experiment to visualize desired screen reading experiences where transmedia references are immediately made available in a document — inline, in full, or with full media playback. After the reference material has been made available (text and media) we will  — in the second half — challenge the participants to find innovative ways of re-assembling text and integrating references into a reading experience. Participants will share their personal media ‘reading’ habits and mnemonic strategies — like for example page folding, memory palaces, sticky-note-mania, social bookmarking, twitter excerpts, etc. This workshop will give us insight into ways of reading within social media and social reading platforms and their application for higher education and learning contexts.

with Simon Worthington (Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab) Christina Kral (Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab) Johannes Amorosa (Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab) Loraine Furter (Freelance Graphic Designer and Researcher, http://designed.with.meteor.com/by) Eric Schrijver (http://osp.kitchenJohannes Wilm (Fidus Writer) Daniel Friis (Fidus Writer, http://fiduswriter.org/)

ROGUE SCHOLARSHIP
What are the possibilities for open access to become more radically open? And in what conditions, contexts might this be possible? The workshop will focus on critical infrastructure issues involved in open(ing) access to scholarly communication. We will start by presenting projects that have inspired us throughout our investigation of “Open Access Activism” and discuss some common themes and patterns. We will use these starting points to launch speculative propositions about future scenarios, tools, and ideas that can support open(ing) access. Participants are also welcome to contribute to the development of our hybrid publication “OA Activism Handbook” a field guide for future practitioners working on open access issues.
with Minuette Le (Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab) Ulrike Gollner(Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab) Andreas Unteidig (Design Research Lab) Florian Sametinger (Design Research Lab) Stuart Lawson (JISC Collections) Mark MacGillivray (Cottage Labs)

EXPLORING OPEN RESEARCH POLICIES (Workshop in German Language)
Der Ruf nach Offenheit in Wissenschaft und Forschung wird immer lauter. Es stellt sich jedoch die Frage wie diese Öffnung politisch, gesellschaftlich und rechtlich gestaltet werden kann. Auf dem Workshop werden die geplanten Aktivitäten rund um eine deutschsprachige Open Science AG konkretisiert und das von der AG erarbeitete Mission Statement (https://github.com/openscienceag/Mission_Statement/blob/master/Open_Science_AG-Mission_Statement.md) vorgestellt und gemeinsam mit den Teilnehmern des Workshops weiterentwickelt. Weiteres Ziel des Workshops ist es, Möglichkeiten zu evaluieren, wie die Vernetzung von Aktiven im Bereich Öffnung von Wissenschaft und Forschung (Open Science) und die Erarbeitung rechtssicherer Rahmenbedingungen für das Veröffentlichen von Forschungsergebnissen gestaltet werde kann.
with Christian Heise (Research Associate at Hybrid Publishing Lab) Ulrich Herb (SULB Saarbrücken, angefragt) Lambert Heller (Leibniz University Hannover) Markus Neuschäfer (Experte) Philip Wenig (Experte)


General Information

We recommend to book your hotel early in advance as experience shows that Lüneburg can be quite fully booked at times. Here some suggestions for your booking:

HOSTELS and BED & BREAKFAST

1. Bed & Breakfast Dartenne

Corinna Dartenne
Bei der St. Johanniskirche 16
21335 Lüneburg .
phone: +49 (0) 4131-246924
fax: +49 (0) 4131-2209655
email: service@dartenne.com
http://www.dartenne.com/

2. Bed & Breakfast „Gästehaus am Brunnen“

Susanne Winkler
Neue Straße 2
21335 Lüneburg .
phone: +49 (0) 4131-6030210
cell phone: +49 (0) 174-8882974
email: su-winkler@t-online.de
http://altstadtferien-lueneburg.de

3. K&B Ferienwohnungen

Martin Kowalski
phone: +49 (0) 5823-374004

fax: +49 (0) 5823-374005
cell phone: +49 (0) 162-2732756
email: info@kbfewo.eu
http://kbfewo.eu

4. Youth Hostel Lüneburg

Soltauer Straße 133
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-41864
fax: +49 (0) 4131-45747
jh-lueneburg@djh-hannover.de
http://www.djh-niedersachsen.de/en/

5. Vereins- und Jugendheim – MTV Treubund Lüneburg

Uelzener Str. 90
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-7797-50
fax: +49 (0) 4131-7797-55
m.martens@mtv-treubund.de
http://www.mtv-treubund.de

6. Bed and Breakfast – SahaRa

Susanne Radtke
Reitende-Diener-Str. 3
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0)4131-4005099
fax: +49 (0)4131-4086735
hallo@sahara-lg.de
http://www.sahara-bed-and-breakfast-lueneburg.de/

7. Haus auf dem Meere

Iris + Joop Franke
Auf dem Meere 6
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-8983000
fax: +49 (0) 4131-8983001
cell: +49 (0) 0172-9174689
info@privat-zimmer-lueneburg.de
http://www.privat-zimmer-lueneburg.de

HOTELS: AVERAGE PRICE-LEVEL

1. Hotel Zum Roten Tore

Vor dem Roten Tore 3
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-43041
hotel@zumrotentor.de
http://www.zumrotentor.de

2. Das Stadthaus – Hotel seit 1880

Am Sande 25
21335 Lüneburg Telefon:
phone: +49 (0) 4131-44438
fax: +49 (0) 4131-404198
info@das-stadthaus.de
http://www.das-stadthaus.de/

3. Hotel Bremer Hof

Lünerstrasse 12-13
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131 224-0
info@bremer-hof.de
http://www.bremer-hof.de

4. Kunsthotel Residenz

Munstermannskamp 10
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-759910
fax: +49 (0) 4131-7599175
http://www.residenzhotel.de

5. Seminaris Hotel Lüneburg

Soltauer Str. 3
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-7130
fax: +49 (0) 4131-713 727
sales-nord@seminaris.de
http://www.seminaris.de/a>

6. Einzigartig – Das kleine Hotel im Wasserviertel

Lünertorstr. 3
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131 – 4006000
fax: +49 (0) 4131 – 400 60020
info@hoteleinzigartig.de
http://www.hoteleinzigartig.de

HOTELS: HIGHER PRICE-LEVEL

1. Hotel Altes Kaufhaus

Kaufhausstraße 5
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-3088-0
fax: +49 (0) 4131-3088-259
info@alteskaufhaus.de
http://www.alteskaufhaus.de

2. Hotel Bargenturm

Vor der Sülze 2-4
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-729-0
fax.: +49 (0) 4131-729-499
info@bargenturm.de
http://www.hotel-bargenturm.de/

3. Hotel Bergström

Bei der Lüner Mühle
21335 Lüneburg
phone: +49 (0) 4131-308-0
fax: +49 (0) 4131-308-499
info@bergstroem.de
http://www.bergstroem.de



Date:
12.11. – 14.11.2014

Conference Location:
Musikschule der Hansestadt Lüneburg
St.-Ursula-Weg 7
21335 Lüneburg

Workshop Location
Centre for Digital Cultures
Sülztorstr. 21 – 35
21335 Lüneburg


Registration:

Fees:
Participation is free of charge


kaste_leuphana_hplStefanie Kaste
Research Associate & Conference Manager

Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
Centre for Digital Cultures
Hybrid Publishing Lab
Scharnhorststraße 121335 Lüneburg
Fon +49(0)151 4310 1114
kaste@inkubator.leuphana.de

Blogposts:

The recording of the Panel “The Art of Hybrid Publishing” of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference with Florian Cramer (Rotterdam University of Applied Science), Silvio Lorusso (University of Venice) and Stefanie Posavec (Designer), moderated by Minuette Le. Here you can find all the other recordings and other reviews of the conference.

Here you find the recording of the 8th Session of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference on “Books as Data” with : Bernhard Rieder (University of Amsterdam), Adriaan van der Weel (University of Leiden) and Julianne Nyhan (University College London), moderated by Michael Dieter. Here you can find all the other recordings and other reviews of the […]

Did you miss the Post-Digital Scholar Conference? No problem, here is the recording of the Session 7 on “Post-Digital Publishing”. On Stage: Jeroen Sondervan (Amsterdam University Press), Tariq Goddard (Zero Books), Felix Evert (De Gruyter) and Jonathan Landgrebe (Suhrkamp Verlag), Moderation by Mercedes Bunz. Here you can find all the other recordings and other reviews […]

Today we publish the video recording of the 6th session of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference in Lüneburg. The 6th Session had the title “Scholarly Publishing in the Eye of an Entrepreneur”, with Janneke Adema (Coventry University), Nathaniel Tkacz (University of Warwick), Armin Beverungen (Leuphana University), Martin Haspelmath (Max Planck Institute) and Helge Peters (Oxford University), […]

Here you find the video recording of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference-Session 5 on “Piracy and Open Access”. On Stage: Gary Hall (Coventry University), Bodo Balasz (University of Amsterdam) and Henry Warwick (Ryerson University in Toronto), moderated by Michael Dieter. Here you can find all the other recordings and other reviews of the conference.

Today we publish the video recording of the forth session of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference in Lüneburg. The forth Session had the title “Scholarly Publishing in the Eye of an Entrepreneur”, with Kathryn Eccles (Oxford Internet Institute), René König (Karlsruhe Institue of Technology), Jonas Liepmann (iversity) and Cornelius Puschmann (Humboldt University Berlin): Here you can […]

Today we publish the video recording of the third session of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference in Lüneburg. The third Session had the title “The Philosophy of the Book and its Changes”, starting with short Lightning Talks on the Projects at the Hybrid Publishing Lab and followed by Keynotes for the Session by Kathleen Fitzpatrick (New […]

Last year the Hybrid Publishing Lab organized the Post-Digital Scholar Conference in Lüneburg. For three days, publishers, researchers, programmers, designers, artists, and entrepreneurs discussed how research and publishing in the humanities have changed over the past decade. The conference explored new tools for gathering knowledge, examine platforms for multimedia publishing, or collaborative writing experiments. In […]

Last year the Hybrid Publishing Lab organized the Post-Digital Scholar Conference in Lüneburg. For three days, publishers, researchers, programmers, designers, artists, and entrepreneurs discussed how research and publishing in the humanities have changed over the past decade. The conference explored new tools for gathering knowledge, examine platforms for multimedia publishing, or collaborative writing experiments. In […]

Photos are shot by Hannes Harnack and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.

The con­fe­rence “Post-Di­gi­tal Scho­lar: Pu­blis­hing bet­ween Open Ac­cess, Pi­ra­cy and the Pu­blic Sphe­re” tur­ned in a good score­card with nine ses­si­ons, three work­shops, about 130 par­ti­ci­pants and 950 tweets. Or­ga­ni­zed by the Hy­brid Pu­blis­hing Lab, the con­fe­rence took place in Lüne­burg from 12 to 14 No­vem­ber 2014. In this re­port you can read more about […]

This is the first blog entry of a #pdsc14 review series on the Post-Digital Scholar Conference 2014 written by Luca Brennecke, Student of the Leuphana University. Everything is becoming Digital. MP3 crushed the vinyl record, YouTube obsoleted the DVD, and now the Kindle is scaring bookshops, publishers and authors alike. As the ephemerality of the […]

The last day of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference is over. Thanks to everyone who joined our #pdsc14 conference. It was thought provoking and inspiring conference and we had a great time! If you missed the conference, you can review the event in our third part of favorite #pdsc14 pickings – and don’t miss the outtakes […]

It has been a great start at the Post-Digital Scholar Conference – Day 1. If you missed day two or the whole conference, you can review the event in our second part of favorite #pdsc14 pickings – and don’t miss the outtakes on the bottom of this post:

Before I go into the first part of the Twitter Review of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference – Day 1, I’d like to thank everyone that joined this event. The Conference was certainly not my first conference this year, but it was (not surprisingly) one of my favorite. But lets start with our favorite pickings of […]

Publishing between Open Access, Piracy and Public Spheres: New media is dead! Long live new media! For three days, publishers, researchers, programmers, designers, artists, and entrepreneurs will discuss how research and publishing in the humanities have changed over the past decade. The conference will explore new tools for gathering knowledge, examine platforms for multimedia publishing, […]

Jonas Liepmann is the founder of iversity. He studied cultural studies at the Humboldt-University, Berlin as well as comparative literary sciences at the Freie Universität Berlin. During his studies he developed the concept of iversity, for which he earned the financial support of EXIST – Gründen aus der Wissenschaft as well as of the EU, the […]

Jonathan Landgrebe studied in Göttingen, Lyon, Berkeley and Munich and obtained his Ph.D. in Munich in field of economics, political sciences and law. In 2001 Jonathan joined the Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM), an interdisciplinary institute of LMU and TU Munich, to build up CDTM as a research institution and study program in […]

Bodó Balázs, is an economist and piracy researcher at the Institute for Information Law (IViR) at the University of Amsterdam. His academic interests include copyright and economics, piracy, media regulation, peer-to-peer communities, underground libraries, digital archives, and informal media economies. His recent book is on the role of P2P piracy in the Hungarian cultural ecosystem. […]

Dr Julianne Nyhan is lecturer (assistant Professor) in Digital Information Studies in the Department of Information Studies, University College London. Her research interests include the history of computing in the Humanities and most aspects of digital humanities with special emphasis on meta-markup languages and digital lexicography. She has published widely, most recently Digital Humanities in […]

Stefanie Posavec moved from Denver, Colorado to London, UK for to complete an MA in Communication Design (Central Saint Martins) in 2004 and never went home. With a background in book/book cover design and text visualisation, she now mainly works as a designer with a focus on data-related design, with work ranging from data visualisation […]

René König is a sociologist researching at the Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. He is interested in online knowledge hierarchies and focuses on transformation processes in academia triggered by Web 2.0. Together with Miriam Rasch he co-edited the “Society of the Query Reader. Reflections on Web Search” (Institute […]

Corinna Haas is head of the ICI Library at ICI Berlin since 2007. The ICI Library is an in-house reference library specialized in library services for fellows in residence. Corinna studied European Ethnography, Comparative Literature, and Library and Information Science in Stuttgart, Tübingen, and Berlin. She has published on One-Person Libraries, ethnographic research methods in […]

Nathaniel Tkacz is an assistant professor at the University of Warwick. His work lies at the intersection of network cultures, software studies and politics. He has published on: the political and organizational dynamics of openness; collaboration; software forking; trolling; dashboard interfaces and platform economies. His books include Wikipedia and the Politics of Openness; Critical Point of […]

From 11th to 14th November 2014 the Post Digital Scholar Conference in Lüneburg brings together the library community, the scientific community and other stakeholder groups affected by the changes in scholarly communication. For three days, publishers, researchers, programmers, designers, artists, and entrepreneurs will discuss how research and publishing in the humanities have changed over the […]

Dr. Thomas Stäcker is deputy director of the Herzog August library in Wolfenbüttel and head of the new media department. His fields of expertise cover new media, the digitalization of literary inheritance, digital editions as well as library and book history. He is also a member of the steering committee of “Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen […]

Kathleen Fitzpatrick is an American scholar of digital humanities and the director of scholarly communication of the Modern Language Association. She specializes on scholarly publishing in the age of the Internet and researches the effect of network communication on texts. Her last book “Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy” was published […]

Martin Haspelmath is an expert on open access, and a senior scientist at the linguistics department at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (MPI-EVA). He studied linguistics in Vienna, Cologne, Buffalo and Moscow, and received his Ph.D. and habilitation degrees from the Freie Universität Berlin. Before moving to Leipzig in 1998, he worked at […]

Silvio Lorusso is an Italian artist and designer. His on-going PhD research in Design Sciences at Iuav University of Venice is focused on the intersections between publishing and digital technology from the perspective of art and design. Some of his works are included in the Rhizome ArtBase Selection. He has written for blogs and magazines […]

Gary Hall is a critical theorist working on politics, philosophy, and new media technologies. He is a professor of Media and Performing Arts at the School of Art and Design, Director of the Centre for Disruptive Media at Coventry University, UK, and visiting professor at the Hybrid Publishing Lab, Leuphana University. He has also been […]

Florian Cramer is an applied research professor and director of Creating 010, the research centre affiliated to Willem de Kooning Academy and Piet Zwart Institute at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. He also works for WORM, a Rotterdam-based venue for DIY avant-garde culture. Hybrid Publishing Lab: What recent changes do you […]

Cornelius Puschmann is acting professor of communication science at Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen and research associate at the Institute for “Informations- und Bibliothekswissenschaft” (IBI) at the Humboldt University Berlin. His interests cover computer-mediated communication, open science, ethnic and methodical questions around the use of data in the humanities. Hybrid Publishing Lab: At the Humboldt University you are leading […]

Dr. Sven Fund is the Managing Director of De Gruyter, and a lecturer at Humboldt University. He has published on open access as well as the digital transformation of the publishing industry, and can look back to an outstanding career in several large publishing houses. Hybrid Publishing Lab: Will New Media decide the fate of […]

Janneke Adema is a Research Fellow in Digital Media at the Centre for Disruptive Media at Coventry University and an outstanding expert on the topic of open access. She has conducted research for both the OAPEN Foundation and for the DOAB project, and is one of the authors of the OAPEN report Overview of Open […]

Tariq Goddard studied philosophy at King’s College London, as well as Continental Philosophy at the University of Warwick and the University of Surrey, and is now an award winning writer. Since 2008, he and his wife run Zero books, as well as an organic herb farm. Zero Books have published over one hundred titles in […]

Henry Warwick, Ph.D., is an artist, composer, writer, and assistant professor in the RTA School of Media at Ryerson University in Toronto, and is a research fellow at the Infoscape Lab at Ryerson.  Originally from Edison, New Jersey, he has lived in Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA. An active artist in a variety of […]

Geert Lovink is a media theorist, internet critic and author of Zero Comments (2007) and Networks Without a Cause (2012). Since 2004 he is researcher in the School for Communication and Media Design at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA) where he is the founding director of the Institute of Network Cultures. His centre […]

As a professor for book studies at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and and permanent visiting professor at the University of St. Gallen, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christoph Bläsi is teaching in the fields of digital publishing and book economy. His research covers among others semantic technologies, text and publishing structures, trend analysis of the book market and […]

Søren Pold is Associate Professor of Digital Aesthetics at the Department of Information and Media Studies, Aarhus University, and leads the research programme “Humans and Information Technology” which is part of the interdisciplinary research centre Participatory Information Technology. He is an expert in the fields of in digital and media aesthetics, electronic literature, net art, […]

We proudly present the speakers of the Post-Digital Scholar Conference! This interview series will give you a first impression of whom you will be seeing at the conference and with what topics they are concerned with. Dr Clare Birchall is a Senior Lecturer in the Institute of North American Studies at the King’s Collge London. […]

We would like to finally announce and invite you to a conference debating the future of publishing in the humanities from the 12.11. – 14.11.2014 in Lüneburg, Germany. At the “Post-Digital Scholar Conference: Open Access, Piracy and Public Spheres“ national and international experts will share their research and findings. Publishers and academics, authors and designers, programmers […]

If you don’t want to miss out on the future of publishing in the humanities, save this conference date: From the 12.11. – 14.11.2014 publishers, authors, researchers, programmers, designers, artists, hackers and entrepreneurs will discuss new developments in publishing and communication at Leuphana University’s conference in Lüneburg, Germany. “The Postdigital Scholar: Publishing between Open Access, […]