‘Peer Review: A Casualty of the Pandemic?’

“I confess: even in the best of times, my first impulse upon spotting an email from a journal or book publisher or tenure and promotion committee that I just know is a request for peer review is not to rejoice at yet another chance to serve and sustain the Republic of Scholars. With so many other unexpected demands on our time – personal as well as professional – how could we not be expected to reply ‘Sorry; just can’t’, hit send, and return to whatever mishegas had been enveloping us? …” (more)

[Dan Ernst, Legal History Blog, 27 May]

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