New book questions excessive academic flying
How and why did academic work become entwined with air travel? A new book calls on scholars, students and others to reconsider their habits, arguing that flying is only one means of scholarly communication among many.
In March 2021, Include arranged an open lunch seminar with some of the scholars involved in the research behind the publication, and we are happy to see that the book now is out. It is published with support from Include, as open access.
Academic Flying and the Means of Communication is the title of the volume, edited by Kristian Bjørkdahl, Adrian Santiago and Franco Duharte. See the publisher's website.