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Research as the Movies: Documentaries, Radio, Theatre, and Editing as Scholarly Production(s)
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|Title:||Research as the Movies: Documentaries, Radio, Theatre, and Editing as Scholarly Production(s)|
|Issue Date:||09 Sep 2010|
|Description:||Drawing examples from his experiences as a television documentary and radio producer, as a journal and book editor, as a performer and dramaturge, and as a member of university Personnel, and Tenure and Promotion Review Committees, Craig Howes will discuss how such academic work differs from the paradigms embedded in traditional notions of university research; how production scholarship poses challenges for those engaged in it, and for those assigned to evaluate its importance or relevance; and how such productions can affirm the value of scholarship outside of the academic community while at the same time being professionally valuable in themselves.|
|Appears in Collections:||Howes, Craig|
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