Tag Archives: publishing

How Much Should Graduate Students Publish?

There is a great debate about how much graduate students should be publishing in the comments section of this post in the philosophy news blog Daily Nous. Enjoy!

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My Review of Nathaniel Stern’s “Interactive Art and Embodiment”

My review of Nathaniel Stern‘s new book Interactive Art and Embodiment: The Implicit Body as Performance was published in Art Journal earlier this month. You can download the pdf of the article from Taylor and Francis (unfortunately there is a … Continue reading

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Future Projects Page Now Up

Please look at the menu bar of this blog for a moment. You will (hopefully) notice the new “Future Projects” page, which give descriptions of my three current projects. Two of these projects have more detailed sub-pages. Please feel free … Continue reading

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“Today I wouldn’t get an academic job.” – Peter Higgs

Peter Higgs, the 2013 Nobel prize winning physicist, reveled in a recent article in The Guardian that he would not be able to get an academic job in today’s job market. He simply has not published enough. Despite the quality … Continue reading

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Writing a Book Proposal Well

Since the beginning of the month I have been working on my first book proposal. In preparation, I have read several books and blog posts about how to write a good one. Below are some of the blog posts and … Continue reading

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A Book on Deleuze from China Coming Soon

I feel terrible. I have not posted anything on this blog for most of this month, especially after the flurry of posts in September. Needless to say I have been busy with other projects, which I will discuss here later. … Continue reading

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Is it worth writing textbooks?

Originally posted on Thinking culture:
A few times recently I’ve heard some discussion of textbook writing. The underlying question always seems to be whether or not it is worth writing a textbook. You can understand the hesitation. The barriers are…

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Fibreculture, the Book Series

Yesterday the Open Humanities Press announced the creation of a new book series, called Fibreculture. The series will be edited by Andrew Murphie, founder of both the Fibreculture community and the Fibreculture Journal. If the quality of journal is any indication, … Continue reading

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Doctorow on Digital and Conventional Publishing

In O’Reilly’s Tools of Change for Publishing, Cory Doctorow discusses how potential future limitations to the Internet will affect an author’s leverage with publishers: For writers, an industry with a single publisher that publishes 10,000 titles a year is much worse than an … Continue reading

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