Strangers in our own house: Want the latest issue of CA? Go to Wiley.com, not Anthrosource

Ah, The American Anthropological Association’s sale of our intellectual property to Wiley-Blackwell just keeps getting better and better. Yesterday @AAApubs, the official Twitter presence of the AAA publication program (as far as I can tell) tweeted that a new issue of Cultural Anthropology had been published which featured an interview between Jean Comaroff and David … Continue reading Strangers in our own house: Want the latest issue of CA? Go to Wiley.com, not Anthrosource

AnthroSource drops UC Press for Wiley-Blackwell

While the news has not been made official yet, many of us have already heard unofficially that “AnthroSource is dropping its contract with University of California Press and moving to Wiley-Blackwell”:http://www.library.gsu.edu/news/index.asp?view=details&ID=13571&typeID=62. We don’t know much about the deal so far, but at this point a couple of obvious things jump out that are worth mentioning. … Continue reading AnthroSource drops UC Press for Wiley-Blackwell

So much for open access: AnthroSource Steering Committee liquidated by AAA

The latest edition of Peter Suber’s SOAN Newsletter is out and includes some coverage of the AnthroSource Steering Committee’s opposition to the AAA’s support of FRPAA. Given this fact and Kerim’s call for an open access event at AAA, I figured it was time for an update on the ASSC’s progress in this regard… I finally … Continue reading So much for open access: AnthroSource Steering Committee liquidated by AAA

New AnthroSource Titles

From OSU’s Anthropology Resources web site: New AnthroSource content for 2006 The following four titles have now been added to AnthroSource. Culture and Agriculture City and Society Journal of Latin American Anthropology Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Europe Coverage runs from the inaugural to the current issue. Now, why can’t AnthroSource have … Continue reading New AnthroSource Titles

AnthroSource and CiteULike: back together again

Thanks to the work of Brave Leader Richard Cameron and Uberprogrammer Peter Graif, AnthroSource now plays well with CiteULike after a period of recrimination and tears. Thanks so much to Richard and Peter for taking care of this and making this great tool work once more with AnthroSource!

An AnthroSource search plugin for Firefox

After reading Kerim’s tutorial on “how to Google AnthroSource”:http://savageminds.org/2005/11/28/googling-anthrosource/ I tried using both Google and AnthroSource’s own built-in search function and while each have their strengths, I think overall I prefer using Google as Kerim suggests. So I created a very quick and very dirty “Firefox search plugin for Googling AnthroSource”:http://mycroft.mozdev.org/download.html?name=anthrosource&submitform=Search You can download it … Continue reading An AnthroSource search plugin for Firefox

Googling AnthroSource

Want an article fast? It turns out that Google is indexing AnthroSource. Try this trick. In Google search for: site:.anthrosource.net [YOUR SEARCH] Where [YOUR SEARCH] is anything you want. For instance, to find articles about Taiwan’s Aborigines you could do this search: site:.anthrosource.net Taiwan Aborigines That gives you 53 results, with each result being a … Continue reading Googling AnthroSource