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Author Archives: Simone Tulumello
In early 2013, a freshman post-doc fellow, I was struggling around the idea of creating a research blog. At that time, not many blogs in the field of planning and urban studies existed, and while the Open Access movement was … Continue reading
Not only was John Friedmann (1926-2017) one of the brightest minds in the history of planning research and action, he was also a great friend of the YAs. In 2015, while I was finalising the organisation of the YA conference … Continue reading
2016 has been another rich year for the blog of the AESOP Young Academics, with more than 20 posts published on a wide variety of topics (more before). With more than 8 thousand visits, we saw a significant increase of … Continue reading
Happy Open Access Week 2016! For the occasion, I have updated the list of Open Access journals and moved here as page (rather than a post). It can be found here: https://aesopyoungacademics.wordpress.com/list-of-oa-journals/. Please let us now of more journals that should … Continue reading
Originally posted on AESOP Young Academics:
Many already know that this is the Open Access week. All around the world, events have been organised to spread knowledge and awareness about the importance of OA scholarship. Debate and events can be…
2015 has been the second year of the blog of the YA, a year of consolidation and some changes in the team of regular contributors. We published 24 posts and had more than 5,000 visits from basically every corner of … Continue reading
ATTENTION: THIS POST WILL NOT BE ACTUALIZED ANY FURTHER, I HAVE MOVED THE LIST HERE (21.10.2016). Many already know that this is the Open Access week. All around the world, events have been organised to spread knowledge and awareness about … Continue reading