In honor of Open Access Week 2013 (October 21-25), we will be profiling an influential figure in the scholarly communication landscape each day.
Wednesday, October 23
- M.F.A. in English, Louisiana State University, 1991
- Ph.D. in English, New York University, 1998
- Director of Scholarly Communication, Modern Language Association
- Visiting Research Professor of English, New York University
- Professor of Media Studies, Pomona College
- Co-founder/co-editor of the digital scholarly network, MediaCommons
- Board of Directors, Council on Library and Information Resources
- Advisory Board, Open Library of the Humanities
- Chair, Publications Committee, Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations
- Executive Committee, Association for Computers and the Humanities
- Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. NYU Press, 2011. Pre-pub version available at http://mcpress.media-commons.org/plannedobsolescence/.
- The Anxiety of Obsolescence: the American Novel in the Age of Television, Vanderbilt University Press, 2006.
- "Giving It Away: Sharing and the Future of Scholarly Communication”. Journal of Scholarly Publishing, 2012. Available at http://scholarship.claremont.edu/pomona_fac_pub/62/.
- “Peer-to-Peer Review and the Future of Scholarly Authority”. Social Epistemology, 2010. Available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02691728.2010.498929.
- “The Humanities, Done Digitally”. The Chronicle of Higher Education, special section on technology, 2011. Available at http://chronicle.com/article/The-Humanities-Done-Digitally/127382/.
- Fitzpatrick is a self-described Mac “zealot”.
- She was named one of “12 Tech Innovators Who Are Transforming Campuses” by The Chronicle of Higher Education in 2012.
- Fitzpatrick’s book Planned Obsolescence went through an open peer review process prior to publication.