As a round-up of the academic stuff I have achieved over the past year, purely for my own benefit and in anticipation of like-minded posts from my Twitter followers with whom I would like to engage in group collective congratulations, here's a list!
First, and most importantly, I have been doing my job as a Lecturer in Literature at the University of Lincoln for a year. This has been wonderful and I continue to love the people I work with both students and staff.
Secondly, the Open Library of Humanities project has come on leaps and bounds. We have our first funding for technical infrastructure on which I'll be working from January until April. Yes, our initial timescale estimates were out and over-optimistic, but we're really getting somewhere now. I have an article on our business model that I'll be finishing in early January.
Module Coordination, Lectures and Seminars
- MA: 21st-Century Literary Theory
- American Literature I
- Lost in the Funhouse: Experimental American Literature Since the 60s
- Drama Theatre Performance
- Intro to Narrative
- Theory Wars
My Pynchon book was accepted and will be out next year!
- Eve, Martin Paul (2014) Pynchon and philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
- Collins, Ellen and Milloy, Caren and Stone, Graham and Baker, James and Eve, Martin Paul and Priego, Ernesto (2013) Guide to Creative Commons for humanities and social science monograph authors. OAPEN-UK and Jisc Collections.
- Buckland, Amy and Eve, Martin Paul and Steel, Graham and Gardy, Jennifer and Salo, Dorothea (2013) On the mark? Responses to a sting. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication, 2 (1).
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Review of humanities in the twenty-first century: beyond utility and markets. Textual Practice, 27 (7). pp. 1250-1254. ISSN: 0950-236X
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Utopia fading: taxonomies, freedom and dissent in open access publishing. Journal of Victorian Culture, 18 (4). pp. 536-542. ISSN: 1355-5502
- Hill, Rebecca and Eve, Martin Paul (2013) ERC backtracks on open-access embargo period. Research Europe (376). pp. 5.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Flawed sting operation singles out open access journals . The Conversation.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Review of James Gourley, terrorism and temporality in the works of Thomas Pynchon and Don DeLillo (2013). Orbit: Writing Around Pynchon, 2 (1). ISSN: 2047-2870
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Selling Shakespeare's first folio: is this the future of humanities research?. Guardian.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Gatekeepers in a digital wasteland. The Author. ISSN: 0005-0628
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) “You will see the logic of the design of this”: from historiography to taxonomography in the contemporary metafiction of Sarah Waters’s Affinity. Neo-Victorian Studies, 6 (1). pp. 105-125.
- Eve, Martin Paul and Edwards, Caroline and Wieselberg, Lukas (2013) Freier Eintritt in die Geisteswissenschaft. Science@ORF.at.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Open access and the humanities. Digital Arts and Humanities at Harvard.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Open Library of Humanities project. UKSG eNews (297).
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) DeLillo, aesthetics, the Cold Iraq War. Alluvium: 21st-Century Writing, 21st-Century Approaches, 2 (3).
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Open access and the humanities: reimagining our future. Guardian. ISSN: 0261-3077
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) The human side of open-access publishing. Research Fortnight. pp. 20.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Gold rush. London Graduate School Thoughtpiece.
- Eve, Martin (2013) Q&A: Martin Eve on why we need a public library of the humanities and social sciences. Library Journal, 138 (1). ISSN: 0363-0277
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) "It sure as hell looked like war": terrorism and the Cold War in Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day and Don DeLillo's Underworld. In: Thomas Pynchon and the (de)vices of global (post)modernity. Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin. ISBN: 9788377026106
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Before the law: open access, quality control and the future of peer review. In: Debating Open Access. British Academy, London. ISBN: 9780856726095
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) The botnet: webs of hegemony/zombies who publish. In: Zombies in the academy: living death in higher education. Intellect Press, Bristol. ISBN: 9781841507149
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) “Vivid tenuousness”: off the page and into the academy in the novels of Jennifer Egan. In: Literature off the Page, 16th November 2013, University of Sussex.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) The humanities, cultural 'data' and the problematic resistance to openness. In: Open [access, data, source]: science & data in the 21st century, 25 October, 2013, University of Edinburgh.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Open access, humanities activism and scholar agency: re-imagining our future. In: Fremtiden er åpen!, 25th September 2013, Bergen, Norway.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Front line of OA in humanities and social sciences. In: The 2nd SPARC Japan Seminar 2013 "Latest Developments in Open Access ― Humanities and Social Sciences ―", 23rd August 2013, National Institute for Informatics, Tokyo, Japan.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Digital literatures; digital democracies; digital threats?. In: E-reading between the lines: 21st century literature, digital platforms and literacies, 5 July 2013, Brighton University.
- Eve, Martin Paul and Edwards, Caroline (2013) OLH and monographs. In: Open Access Monographs in the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference, 1-2 July, 2013, The British Library, London.
- Eve, Martin Paul and Edwards, Caroline (2013) Open access and the humanities. In: Open Access and the Humanities, June 2013, Barker Center, Harvard University.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Opening up humanities sources. In: Wikimedia UK Conference, 9 June 2013, Lincoln.
- Eve, Martin Paul and Edwards, Caroline (2013) The Open Library of the Humanities: building an open, scalable, massive, sustainable, humanities megajournal. In: THATCamp London: Digital Pedagogies, June 13 2013, The British Library, London.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Open access: what it is, why we need it, how we fund it. In: School of Social and Political Sciences Seminar, 29 May 2013, University of Lincoln.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Libraries and academics. In: Jisc and RLUK Academic Survey Workshop, 20 May 2013, Wellcome Collection Conference Centre.
- Eve, Martin Paul and Edwards, Caroline (2013) Open access and the humanities. In: Forms of Innovation, 27 April 2013, Durham University.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) 'Don't just sit there, do something!': On open access activism, the future of scholarly communications and crystal- (not navel-) gazing. In: British Association of American Studies Conference, 18-21 April 2013, Exeter University.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Oral evidence. In: House of Commons BIS Inquiry into Open Access, April 2013, Houses of Parliament.
- Eve, Martin Paul and Edwards, Caroline (2013) The future of academic publishing. In: The Graduate School Seminar, April 2013, University of Lincoln.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) The future of peer review. In: Peer pressure: the changing role of peer review: Research Hive Seminar, 14 March 2013, University of Sussex.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) Futurity, books, Marx, labour. In: Beyond the Book? The Future of Academic Publishing , 24-26 March 2013, University of Nottingham.
- Eve, Martin Paul (2013) "Too many goddamn echoes": historicizing the Iraq War in Don DeLillo's Point Omega. In: Iraq War Culture, March 2013, Birkbeck College, University of London.