New Forms of Peer Review for Digital Publishing

I’m interested in having a session on new forms of peer review and how this may fit in to the changing modes of tenure. Sarah Werner (@wynkenhimself)’s experience with Shakespeare Quarterly is instructive, as well as Kathleen Fitzgerald’s work.

Should scholars change peer review to something that takes place post-publication rather than pre-publication? And how does this change our review processes, and service work?

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About adeline.koh

Ade­line Koh is an assis­tant pro­fes­sor of lit­er­a­ture at Richard Stock­ton Col­lege. She teaches courses on post­colo­nial lit­er­a­ture and the­ory, twen­ti­eth cen­tury British lit­er­a­ture, lit­er­ary the­ory and fem­i­nist the­ory. She has pub­lished an edited vol­ume of essays on the inter­na­tional Third Cin­ema move­ment , and arti­cles on Joseph Con­rad, Frantz Fanon, race, colo­nial­ism and edu­ca­tion. She is the direc­tor of the Stock­ton Post­colo­nial Stud­ies Project. You can find out more about her at her website: