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The Public Philosophy Journal for #PPN13

Presentation outlining the plans for the Public Philosophy Journal that performs philosophy in public.
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Mark Fisher

on 17 March 2013

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Transcript of The Public Philosophy Journal for #PPN13

Limited and Closed Traditional Journals Invitation, Submission, Isolation Review and Respond Limited Access
Limited Copies
Limited Readership Publication in Paper Journal Response and Commentary Open Peer Review "Filter-then-publish, whatever its advantages, rested on a scarcity of media that is a thing of the past. The expansion of social media means that the only working system is publish-then-filter" Publish Clay Shirky, Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizations. New York: Penguin, 2008, p.98 6 Month Turn Around Minimum
Blind Review by "experts"
Reviewers Selected by Editors
Anonymity
Accept, Revise and Resubmit, Reject Editor Invitation or
Submission for Blind Review
Written Largely in Isolation Time
Careful
Permanence The Virtues of Paper Scholarship Printed with Original Article
Printed in Future Volumes
Discussed in Other Secondary Literature Limitations of Digital Scholarship Community is hard
Ephemeral Publicness
Unknown/Untested Review Collaborative Review and Writing Mentoring
Traditional R&R
Collaborative Writing Open Public Dialogue @cplong | @mdfphilpsu | @PUBPHILJ | #PPN13 | #PPJ Cultivate Ongoing Discussions
Emerging Collaborations
New Publications Comments
Annotations
Discussions Photo by Martin Sojka, Flickr, CC http://publicphilosophyjournal.org Christopher P. Long and Mark Fisher Department of Philosophy
College of the Liberal Arts
The Pennsylvania State University Web Curation Submission Paths into the PPJ Monthly 400 40 Amplify Invitation Feeds Weekly Daily Review of Reviewers Develop Publish http://www.arXiv.org
http://www.philica.com Photo by AJC1, Flickr, CC Feedback
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