Cultural Anthropology is involved in the broad movement across scholarly fields to assess and respond to changing conditions of scholarly publication. Toward this, the journal uses open source digital platforms to support both the manuscript review process, and the journal website. The journal also advocates and explores opportunities for extending open access to the journal's current and past content. In this section of the website, we archive links and documents that help direct these efforts.
- "Liberating Cultural Anthropology? A Thought Experiment" by Kim Fortun and Mike Fortun, in Anthropologies (03/2012)
- "We are the One Percent: Open Access in the Era of Occupy Wall Street" by Jason Baird Jackson, in Anthropologies (03/2012)
- "Anthropology Blogs Respond to AAA on Open Access" published in Anthropology Report (02/01/2012)
- "Open Folklore as an Open Access Model" by Kim Fortun, in Anthropology News (02/2011)
- "From So-called #aaafail Back to Publishing" by Jason Jackson (01/12/2011)
- "New Digital Horizons for Cultural Anthropology" Video from 2010 AAA Meeting (11/19/2010)