Going public with scholarly collaboration: reflections on a collaborative self-study book process

SOURCE: Making connections: self-study & social action
OUTPUT TYPE: Chapter in Monograph
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2009
TITLE AUTHOR(S): K.Pithouse, C.Mitchell, R.Moletsane
SOURCE EDITOR(S): K.Pithouse, C.Mitchell, R.Moletsane
KEYWORDS: CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION, SELF-STUDY
Print: HSRC Library: shelf number 6097

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Abstract

Collaborative scholarship is also becoming an identifiable area of study in the arts, humanities an social sciences more broadly. Two trends are highlighted within this area. The first trend involves co-authored, self-reflexive explorations of shared lived experiences of collaborative writing, collaborative research, collaborative curriculum development and teaching and longstanding scholarly partnerships. The second trend has a more generalized focus and includes conceptualizations of the purposes, characteristics and forms of collaborative scholarship.