[globaloutlookDH-l] JDH Peer Review Debate
daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca
Fri Aug 30 09:31:25 MDT 2013
Here's an interesting link that touches on the idea of why this kind of
thing happens at experimental Not-for-profit presses/journals.
Without knowing the specific details of this case, I can say that I've
been involved often-enough in what seem like similar situations from the
other side of the table. That is to say making stuff up as we go along.
This is not a good thing in abstract, but it is an artifact of the
disruptive nature of the activity I think that we end up with these issues.
On 13-08-29 03:02 PM, Alex Gil wrote:
> Hi all,
> In case you haven't seen this. An important and truly difficult debate
> is happening on (mostly US) social media channels around the US-based
> Journal of Digital Humanities peer-review process. Here is the post by
> Adeline Koh that sparked the debate.
> It is my sincere hope that as a community we can get beyond the
> growing pains that come with experimentation and diversification. This
> will be especially challenging at a global scale.
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Daniel Paul O'Donnell
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