Arts & Humanities
Academia & Publishing
This year’s theme of Peer Review Week presents us with an opportunity to think (and act) outside the box, an opportunity to explore peer review as an identity-informed rather than identity-agnostic mechanism in science.
Are we turning a blind eye to the new realities of scholarly work? It’s time to get rid of a number of misconceptions about double-blind peer review and start thinking about innovative solutions!
To make a diverse range of scholarly voices finally heard, we must not rely on blind reviewing policies but open our eyes wider than ever before.
Politics & Society
Sport brings the world together – or not? Incidents at the Olympic Games, Euro 2020 and other events have lately shown us the other, divisive side of sport.
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