Update: This paper has been accepted for publication in Science and Public Policy.
An article I contributed to, authored by an international group of open science advocates, is now available as a per-print. The article provides an overview of the background to, rationale for, and operation of Open Science Communities.
I’ll be giving a guest talk to some of our incoming students this July, as part of a series of current issues, where I will focus on questions of whistleblowers, leaking, privacy, and freedom of the press.
That should be a good precursor to my Spring talk on Chomsky and the dissident intellectual, as part of the Great Minds series.