Éditeurs commerciaux et colonialité épistémique (partie 1/2)

There is a need to face the terrible reality of Africa-based researchers who are constantly faced by paywalls, ruthlessly expensive access, and publication fees. While Africanists in western universities benefit from their institutional subscriptions, the rising costs of scientific journals are unsustainable even for Canadian universities, let alone for under-funded African academic institutions. Il y… Lire la suite Éditeurs commerciaux et colonialité épistémique (partie 1/2)