Collective writing: An inquiry into praxis

Petar JANDRIĆ, Nesta DEVINE, Liz JACKSON, Michael A. PETERS, George LĂZĂROIU, Ramona MIHĂILĂ, Kirsten LOCKE, Richard HERAUD, Andrew GIBBONS, Elizabeth GRIERSON, Daniella J. FORSTER, Jayne WHITE, Georgina STEWART, Marek TESAR, Sonja ARNDT, Susanne BRIGHOUSE, Leon BENADE

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Abstract

This is the second text in the series collectively written by members of the Editors' Collective, which comprises a series of individual and collaborative reflections upon the experience of contributing to the previous and first text written by the Editors' Collective: 'Towards a Philosophy of Academic Publishing.' In the article, contributors reflect upon their experience of collective writing and summarize the main themes and challenges. They show that the act of collective writing disturbs the existing systems of academic knowledge creation, and link these disturbances to the age of the digital reason. They conclude that the collaborative and collective action is a thing of learning-by-doing, and that collective writing seems to offer a possible way forward from the co-opting of academic activities by economics. Through detaching knowledge creation from economy, collaborative and collective writing address the problem of forming new collective intelligences. Copyright © 2017 by the Contemporary Science Association, New York.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)85-109
JournalKnowledge Cultures
Volume5
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Citation

Jandrić, P., Devine, N., Jackson, E., Peters, M. A., Lăzăroiu, G., Mihăilă, R., . . . Benade, L. (2017). Collective writing: An inquiry into praxis. Knowledge Cultures, 5(1), 85-109. doi: 10.22381/KC5120177

Keywords

  • Collective writing
  • Collective authorship
  • Collaborative writing
  • Editors’ collective
  • Collective intelligence
  • Co-production
  • Public goods
  • Academic labour

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