Comments Reopened

The print edition of Generous Thinking is out this week from Johns Hopkins University Press, and in association with that release I’ve reopened comments throughout the draft manuscript. The book’s conclusion directs readers to this site to share thoughts and ideas, and I hope that we can find ways here to develop some new, open, […]

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In Revision

(crossposted from Planned Obsolescence) Yesterday morning, I closed comments on the open review process here. I’m enormously grateful to everyone who took the time to read and give me feedback on the project: 30 commenters left a total of 354 comments (and prompted 56 responses of my own). I have a good bit of insight […]

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Community Review

In my last book, Planned Obsolescence, I argued for the potentials of open, peer-to-peer review as a means of shedding some light on the otherwise often hidden processes of scholarly communication, enabling scholars to treat the process of review less as a mode of gatekeeping than as a formative moment in which they could learn […]

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A Question

Thanks so much, everyone, for taking part in this community review process. I’m really grateful for the input thus far, and I’m looking forward to seeing how your thoughts and conversations develop. One thing I discovered about using CommentPress for this kind of review last time out was that the local comments on the manuscript […]

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