Along with the journal, we also organize a number of events at Kwantlen Polytechnic. Here is our blog, using drupal, where we list our events, and I also maintain several mailing lists for our Working Group and our journal. We also run a very active twitter feed, and a youtube channel, and we plan to do more podcasting in the near future.
I'm the Production Editor for this journal, Radical Criminology, and am involved in all aspects of the design, layout and publication in print and on-line. I am very excited about all of the packages from the Public Knowledge Project at SFU, but especially, their Open Journal Systems.
I'm trying to offer some solidarity to a great fellow, Jose Figueroa, who is currently living in sanctuary in a church in Langley. Please help us send a message to the Canadian government to resolve this case quickly and favourably, and do not deport him! (I've helped out with a couple of websites, email lists, and press releases, flyers and other campaign materials.)
We Are Jose is a non-partisan campaign to reverse Jose Figueroa's unjust deportation order of May 2010.
Go to the NAASN 5 website.
I used the Public Knowledge Project's software Open Conference Systems to create this website for a conference we hosted at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in January 2014, the 5th annual gathering of the North American Anarchist Studies Network.