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Dec. 4, 2021

Peer Review Podcasting Part 1: a real-time peer review of scholarly work

Peer Review Podcasting Part 1: a real-time peer review of scholarly work

Host Lori Beckstead submits her draft chapter Context is King: Podcast Packaging and Paratexts for a real-time peer review on this podcast. Peer reviewers Hannah McGregor and Ian M. Cook give their impressions and suggestions, unpacking Lori's theoretical framework looking at the various media surrounding the podcast audio through the lens of Gerard Genette's paratext theory. We've recorded this episode as an experiment to see whether it's feasible to conduct peer review of a written manuscript in the real-time, audio-based forum of a podcast. Be prepared to laugh along the way and hear our unexpected debate when Ian asks, "Why does everyone shit on Joe Rogan?"

Be sure to listen to the follow-up episode, Peer Review Podcasting Part 2, in which Dario asks Lori, Hannah, and Ian to reflect on the affordances and limitations of this peer review experience.

A copy of Lori's draft chapter under review can be viewed here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vRIscCkwgjFbvaZMLdfRET-XmaF48x4rxyQj7EQcdtRGXQnWOLwogODRrMbzvyJ3_64XIkcot5IMG1u/pub

A transcript of this episode is available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vSDdF-ObzbvuTRttDjqQrgtJCozIcBRBnlxMohvusn6fphbI1Hl6G5ksG6oN1uyqXys8WFCcX8HoiB8/pub

Hannah mentions Matthew Kirschenbaum's book Mechanisms: New Media and the Forensic Imagination

Ian mentions Vincent Duclos' article Inhabiting Media: An Anthropology of Life at Digital Speed 

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