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Re: <nettime> Response to "Academe Is Complicit" essay
Luke Smith on Wed, 6 Feb 2013 15:59:15 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Response to "Academe Is Complicit" essay

I would say that concern about appropriation is valid for some posters and
certainly for things like religious images; it is not a concern I would
take seriously when it comes to academic articles.


On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 9:04 PM, Lincoln Cushing <lcushing {AT} igc.org> wrote:

> Nettime colleagues:
> I was forwarded Timothy Burke's provocative piece through the
> Progressive Librarians Guild (I've been a member for over ten years).
> I'm replying with an adaptation of something I wrote following
> another essay examining Aaron Swartz's death. While Mr. Swartz's
> death was tragic, his persecution by the US Attorney General's office
> heavyhanded, and many of the information liberation positions he
> espoused noble, I was struck by the criticism in Burke's essay leveled
> at JSTOR.

Luke Smith
luke.thomas.smith {AT} gmail.com

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