The folks over at PostMedieval are trying an experiment in “crowd review”. Instead of sending the submitted articles of the next issue to academics in a closed, double-blind process, they’ve posted them on a blog for anyone to respond to. Reviewing closes today, but this is a great opportunity to see an article as it develops, and to see the kind of comments an article receives, and the kind of dialogue and debate it spawns. Check it out!
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