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Best Practices in Anti-Racist Scholarly Review

Most articles in academic journals go through a process of scholarly review, where peers in the field give feedback on the article and recommend it to be accepted, revised, or rejected by the publisher. While this review process is considered a pillar of academic scholarship, it is also a potential gatekeeping mechanism that can re-inscribe racism, sexism, classism, and other forms of oppression. In this workshop, participants will engage in the most recent scholarship on best practices in peer review, which emphasizes the need for reviewers to explicitly reject oppressive publication practices and advocate for historically marginalized authors and audiences. Participants can expect to learn about approaches to anti-racist reviewing, practice implementing those approaches, and create a community of inquiry with other graduate students. This workshop is recommended for graduate students who want a better understanding of the peer review process and what the role of a reviewer entails. Previous experience reviewing is not required.

When

Friday, December 03, 2021 | 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Where

Online/Virtual

Event Type

Workshop/Training

Department

Empowering Teaching Excellence

Target Audience

Students, Faculty, Staff

Website

https://www.usu.edu/empowerteaching/engage/archives/recordings/AF_Training

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Event Contact

Name: Travis Thurston
Phone: 4357647084
Email: travis.thurston@usu.edu



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