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Out of Space

Groth, Sanne Krogh LU (2019) In Seismograf
Abstract
An academic journal is a special place – even more so an online journal. On the one hand, it is surely one of the main stages of professional qualification, presentation and academic discourse, though regulated through its gatekeeping structures of peer review, official invitation, of academic critique and corrections: it represents an open and accessible, yet not unregulated public space in the best way thinkable. On the other hand, the individual articles in an academic journal can delve into the most remote, often forgotten, if not illegitimate, informal or ephemeral and intangible issues and practices.

This Seismograf Fokus differs from our previous as it presents material in collaboration with the special issue Out of Space... (More)
An academic journal is a special place – even more so an online journal. On the one hand, it is surely one of the main stages of professional qualification, presentation and academic discourse, though regulated through its gatekeeping structures of peer review, official invitation, of academic critique and corrections: it represents an open and accessible, yet not unregulated public space in the best way thinkable. On the other hand, the individual articles in an academic journal can delve into the most remote, often forgotten, if not illegitimate, informal or ephemeral and intangible issues and practices.

This Seismograf Fokus differs from our previous as it presents material in collaboration with the special issue Out of Space of the international journal in historical anthropology Paragrana. It was conceived, written, edited and produced from a wide array of physical locations on this planet; besides the research locations of the individual articles that comes from Kathmandu or Hong Kong as well as Braunschweig or Berlin, the editorial work was done in Nepal, Australia, Germany and Denmark. (Less)
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audio paper, sound studies
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Schulze, Holger; Brosius, Christiane ; and
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2245-4705
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English
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  author       = {Groth, Sanne Krogh},
  editor       = {Schulze, Holger and Brosius, Christiane },
  issn         = {2245-4705},
  keyword      = {audio paper,sound studies},
  language     = {eng},
  month        = {06},
  series       = {Seismograf},
  title        = {Out of Space},
  year         = {2019},
}