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Connotea Imports 2012-07-31


"As a postscript, I note that there is an analog here to another recent blogosphere/twitterverse conversation about criticism incited by what many, myself included, thought was a rather naïve comment from Michael Kaiser about the “trend” of online popular criticism being “scary.” Interestingly (at least to me) was that the discussion revolved exclusively around criticism by professional arts journalists versus criticism by the general public as written and read by many on blogs and websites. Yet, there is serious, theoretically grounded, criticism produced by scholars all the time, but it’s read by the very few. Perhaps if we could get past the firewall of academic publishing and the tenure and promotion decisions based thereon, more people would read and engage with this work too, and we won’t be relegated to another kind of trash heap...."


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Date tagged:

07/31/2012, 12:08

Date published:

12/09/2011, 13:21