Peer-Review, Scholarly Publishing, Digital Humanities
Academics tend to control scholarly processes by emphasizing strict adherence to formal presentation styles that may not be relevant to contemporary modes or platforms for scholarly work. Arguing for a scholarly approach that foregrounds open processes, this article suggests that academics cede control over conversations about peer review by ending with a provocation to account for emerging audiences and producers.
David N. Wright, Douglas College
David N. Wright is the Coordintor of Research and Scholarly Activity at Douglas College in New Westminster, B.C. Canada.
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