I'm quite proud to be a founding member of the editorial board of The Journal of Controversial Ideas via
Fantastic idea: the Journal of Controversial Ideas. It will “print worthy papers from any discipline, and stand behind them, regardless of the backlash.” I’d be happy to review for or help edit such a journal. Via Kudos
A new academic journal will allow free and open discussion of forbidden ideas. Authors can use pseudonyms. “The Journal of Controversial Ideas.” Twitter scolds won’t like it.
I've joined the editorial board of the Journal of Controversial Ideas. Some articles will offend progressives; others will offend conservatives (including me). The point, however, is not to offend but to open minds & provoke critical thinking on all sides.
A paper that’s deemed offensive can unleash an online mob and turn an academic’s career and life upside down. That’s why a group of scholars is creating The Journal of Controversial Ideas
One unusual feature of the journal will be giving authors the option to use a pseudonym. The thought is that such a policy would allow an untenured academic to publish a controversial paper.
Here Comes ‘The Journal of Controversial Ideas,” and course Peter Singer is one of the people behind it. Agree or disagree, you have to admire the man’s fearlessness.
Ok, 'fess up, - you're in the inaugural issue, aren't you?
An article in the by about the #journalofcontroversialideas. More coming soon. Stay tuned
Here Comes ‘The Journal of Controversial Ideas.’ Cue the Outcry. - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Here Comes ‘The Journal of Controversial Ideas.’ Cue the Outcry.
Article in about new Journal of Controversial Ideas. This will be the new normal, the way forward to release knowledge from its ideological captivity.
Here Comes ‘The Journal of Controversial Ideas.’ Cue the Outcry. via
Here Comes ‘The Journal of Controversial Ideas.’ Cue the Outcry. via
Here Comes ‘The Journal of Controversial Ideas.’ Cue the Outcry. via