Prometheus In The Press

While individual Prometheus papers often receive a good deal of media attention, the journal itself occasionally makes the news.

Paul Jump, ‘Resignations threat over Taylor & Francis ‘censorship’’, Times Higher Education, 5 June 2014
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/resignations-threat-over-taylor-and-francis-censorship/2013752.article

Stuart Elden, ‘Editors vs Publishers – The Times Higher story on Prometheus and Taylor & Francis’, Progressive Geographies, 7 June 2014
https://progressivegeographies.com/2014/06/07/editors-vs-publishers-the-times-higher-story-on-prometheus-and-taylor-francis/

Sierra Williams, ‘Impact Round-Up 7th June: Prometheus gagged, Einstein’s peer review, and turning repositories into journals’, LSE Impact Blog, 7 June 2014 
https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2014/06/07/impact-round-up-7th-june/

Simon Appleby, ‘Report that criticizes major academic publishers is censored, and you’ll never guess by who’, Faber Factory, 9 June 2014  
https://faberfactory.co.uk/report-that-criticizes-major-academic-publishers-is-censored-and-youll-never-guess-by-who/

Ken Weir, ‘Censoring academics works well for publishers’, University of Leicester School of Business Blog, 18 June 2014  
https://staffblogs.le.ac.uk/management/2014/06/18/censoring-academics-works-well-for-publishers/

Pendelis Perakakis, ‘Academic self-publishing: a not-so-distant future’, Open Scholar, 19 June 2014
 https://www.openscholar.org.uk/academic-self-publishing-a-not-so-distant-future/

Paul Jump, ‘Taylor & Francis apologises after ‘censorship’ debate’, Times Higher Education, 19 June 2014  
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/taylor-and-francis-apologises-after-censorship-debate/2014017.article

Kent Anderson, ‘Hit the road – How a forgettable paper and a misguided publisher created an unnecessary controversy’, Scholarly Kitchen, 24 June 2014 
https://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2014/06/24/hit-the-road-how-a-forgettable-paper-and-a-misguided-publisher-created-an-unnecessary-controversy/

Rachel Pells, ‘Taylor & Francis drops innovation journal after libel row’, Times Higher Education, 4 September 2018  
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/news/taylor-francis-drops-innovation-journal-after-libel-row

Rachel Pells, ‘Rejecting a journal’, Inside Higher Ed, 7 September 2018
https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2018/09/07/journal-innovation-loses-its-publisher-after-dispute-over-articles

Will Bordell, ‘Journal shut down prior to publication of ‘shaken baby’ issue’, Justice Gap, 24 September 2018 
https://www.thejusticegap.com/academic-journal-shut-down-before-publication-of-shaken-baby-syndrome-issue/

‘Libel news’, Private Eye, 7 September 2018, p.8

Stuart Macdonald, ‘Debate can go on only if all agree in advance’, Australian, 3 October 2018, p.33

Will Bordell, ‘Only orthodox is accepted without question. Dissent must prove itself’, Justice Gap, 7 March 2019  
https://www.thejusticegap.com/only-orthodoxy-is-accepted-without-question-dissent-must-prove-itself/

Stuart Macdonald, ‘Lawyers should not be the judges of academic responsibility’, Times Higher Education, 30 April 2019  
https://www.timeshighereducation.com/opinion/lawyers-should-not-be-judges-academic-responsibility

Niels Lynøe, ‘Leder ekonomiska intressen till censur av vetenskapliga tidskrifter?’, Läkartidningen, 13 September 2019  
https://www.lakartidningen.se/Opinion/Debatt/2018/11/Leder-ekonomiska-intressen-till-censur-av-vetenskapliga-tidskrifter/