January 28, 2004

Peer Review

The papers published via this site continue to attract considerable traffic. Several people have asked if they are peer reviewed or not. As the academic chair let me reiterate, very plainly:

1. All abstracts received anonymous peer review.
2. Accepted authors were required to write completed essays.
3. All completed essays then received anonymous peer review.
4. All authors were expected to respond to the peer review they received.

The review board did all the reviewing, and they were an international group of experts in the field.

Posted by amiles at January 28, 2004 03:51 PM

Great to be able to revisit the conference. There are tremendous papers here, and a remarkable dialogue between modes of practice and of ways of thinking. Congratulations to contributors and organisers

Posted by: Sean at March 29, 2004 11:21 AM