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Flipping the academic conference, or how we wrote a peer-reviewed journal article in a day.

Baron, Ilan Zvi and Havercroft, Jonathan and Kamola, Isaac and Koomen, Jonneke and Pritchard, Alex (2020) 'Flipping the academic conference, or how we wrote a peer-reviewed journal article in a day.', Alternatives., 45 (1). pp. 3-19.

Abstract

Is it possible to write a publishable, peer-reviewed academic paper in a day? We attempted this task in 2016, motivated by a desire to find new ways of doing academic work in the face of our growing sense of alienation within the neoliberal academy. This article provides our analysis of academic alienation and an auto-ethnography of our experiment. We discuss four lessons learned: (1) knowledge as a social relation, (2) time and the academy, (3) gender and collaborative writing, and (4) the contradictions and possibilities of anarchy and authorship. We also offer practical advice for scholars looking to engage in similar collaborations.

Item Type:Article
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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:https://doi.org/10.1177/0304375419898577
Publisher statement:Baron, Ilan Zvi, Havercroft, Jonathan, Kamola, Isaac, Koomen, Jonneke & Pritchard, Alex (2020). Flipping the Academic Conference, Or How We Wrote A Peer-Reviewed Journal Article In A Day. Alternatives 45(1): 3-19. Copyright © 2020 The Author(s) DOI: 10.1177/0304375419898577
Date accepted:05 December 2019
Date deposited:09 December 2019
Date of first online publication:03 February 2020
Date first made open access:09 December 2019

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