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Open Exchanges

Interviews about Openly Accessible Vanderbilt Publications

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Bonnie Miller-McLemore

New! Bonnie Miller-McLemore talks about her article “Getting it Write: On the Craft of Academic Writing,” Pastoral Psychology 65, no. 6 (2016): 803-20.   Recorded September 23, 2016

Listen to the interview   •   Read the article: free (post-print) | published (VU access) | published (non-VU access; may require purchase)

 

Paul DeHart

Paul DeHart talks about his article “Improvising the Paradigms: Aquinas, Creation and the Eternal Ideas as Anti-Platonic Ontology,” Modern Theology 32, no.4 (October 2016): 594–621.   Recorded August 15, 2016

Listen to the interview   •   Read the article: free (pre-print) | published (VU access) | published (non-VU access; may require purchase)

 

Bruce Morrill

Bruce Morrill talks about his article “Good Table Manners? The Presence and Participation of Fellow Christians at Roman Catholic Mass,” Liturgy 31, no. 3 (2016):37-45.   Recorded May 6, 2016

Listen to the interview   •   Read the article: free (post-print) | published (VU access) | published (non-VU access; may require purchase)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This interview series presents discussions with Vanderbilt authors about publications that are available to anyone with an Internet connection.  How is this possible? A couple of ways:

  • The item was published in an open-access venue (for example, a freely accessible journal).
  • Publisher policies allow certain versions of the publication -- sometimes pre-prints or post-prints, sometimes the published version -- to be open access.

Let us know if you want to be informed when interviews are posted. Much thanks to Ed Warga for open access expertise and suggestions for free music sources, and to Transient for the use of their song "elementals."

 

Instructions for Downloading

Click on the "Listen to the interview" link, which will start playing the interview.  If you'd like to download the interview, do the following:

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  • If you're using a PC laptop or desktop, right-click on the link to the .mp3 file and choose the option that includes the words "Save" or "Download" (e.g., "Save Target As...").

The interviews are also available through DiscoverArchive, Vanderbilt University's institutional repository.  Note: interviews played from DiscoverArchive may not play correctly in the browser on some mobile devices (e.g., iPads).

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