Disciplinary identities are tightly bound by exclusion. What would a scholarship based on inclusion look like?
The politics of distinct disciplinary communities have shaped and arranged scholarly communication filters around practices of exclusion. Whilst these negative filters may have once served a useful purpose, Cameron Neylon argues that the digital world offers an opportunity to build better filters, positive filters – filters that enrich, instead of filters that exclude. There’s an argument I often hear that brings […]