Full details of the speakers and panellists can be found in the event programme flyer.
The symposium was supported by the Arcadia Fund, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin.
Open access monographs: from policy to reality (2 October 2019) – Symposium programme
Welcome – Dr Jessica Gardner
The Economics and Political-Economics of Open-Access Monograph Publishing – Prof. Martin Paul Eve
Open research publishing in the humanities – Dr Nicola Kozicharow
Open Access Monographs: From Policy to Reality – Perspectives from the Royal Historical Society – Prof. Margot Finn
Policy and practice: Moving towards Plan S and REF – panel discussion featuring Dr Steven Hill (chair), Prof. Martin Paul Eve, Prof. Margot Finn, Hannah Hope and Prof. Roger Kain
Perspectives from Cambridge University Press – Ben Denne, Matt Day, Helen Barton and Chris Harrison
Definitions of Open? – Matt Day
Open Access monograph publishing: Benefits and Challenges – Helen Barton
Sharing Knowledge is Cool: OA experiments in context – Chris Harrison
Innovations in open monograph publishing – panel discussion featuring Patricia Killiard (chair), Janneke Adema, Ben Denne, Dr Rupert Gatti, Rosalind Pyne and Lara Speicher
Radical Open Access – Janneke Adema
Reflections of the day – Dr Ruper Gatti, Dr Steven Hill, Prof. Roger Kain and Dr Helen Snaith
Closing remarks – Niamh Tumelty….”