Exposing Assemblages: Unlikely Communities of Digital Scholarship, Video, and Social Networks | Enculturation

Exposing Assemblages: Unlikely Communities of Digital Scholarship, Video, and Social Networks | Enculturation: “Unfortunately, this conception of exposure to the exteriority of relations is largely absent from both mainstream and academic conversations regarding social media, and it certainly does not appear to play a role in our discussions of digital scholarship. Despite the discipline’s fluency with various theoretical critiques of authorship, as scholarly authors we continue to view our own writerly identities in very traditional ways. Student writers are seen in the same terms. As Diane Davis notes, “Even radical writing pedagogies, that is, which presume that identity is constituted and plural, have a tendency to reproduce the myth of immanence by encouraging students to consider themselves presentable” (121).”

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