#SixWordPeerReview

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Biblio-SelfieIn an earlier post, Maria Bonn mentioned #SixWordPeerReview, a hashtag under which people have come together to trade summaries and parodies of readers’ reports in six words.

Although most of the tweets are oriented around scholarship in the sciences, one example that resonates across the disciplines is the illustrated “Your bibliography is a giant selfie.”

This installment of Peer Review, Revealed on the IPRH blog acknowledges #SixWordPeerReview. The following six-word contribution is excerpted from a published review of a book in the humanities.
 

QMark     Is this scholarship or something else?

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cringe-revAs part of an exploration of peer review, the IPRH blog is highlighting the best and worst moments from your readers’ reports and book reviews.

Send your most entertaining reviews for Peer Review, Revealed to Bonnie Mak (bmak at illinois dot edu).

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