Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Hipertexto

www.utpa.edu/dept/modlang/hipertexto/index.htm

11 comments:

  1. Do not submit any gender studies articles to Hipertexto. According to the editor, their editorial board is tired of reading them. Here is the exact wording:
    Lamentamos comunicarle que hemos decidido no publicar su artículo por razones temáticas, pues toca el tema del género, tema sobre el que hemos recibido unos veinte trabajos para este número y de los cuales hemos decidido no publicar ninguno, pues uno de los objetivos que queremos ir perfilando para nuestra revista precisamente la de abrir cauces a estudios o enfoques no hegemónicos o demasiado abundantes en otras revistas o en números anteriores de la nuestra. Algunos de nuestros lectores están bastante cansados de estudios de gènero y cosas semejantes.

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  2. Thanks for sharing this misguided approach to publishing.

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  3. At least they're honest. I have edited two different issues of an academic journal, and it's surprising to see how certain approaches get so overused that they really bore anyone to tears.

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  4. Very good journal. I received excellent feedback from the readers, about a 5 month turn around.

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  5. My experience with this journal has been also very positive. Short turn around and good feedback. I also believe that each journal can choose whatever thematic line they prefer.

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  6. I sent them an article 4 months ago. About a month ago I emailed them asking if They ever received or how longer it would take. Nothing yet from their part.

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  7. I had a very pleasant experience with this journal. I got a positive response 3 months after submitting my articles. The editor seemed very professional and diligent. Highly recommended.

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  8. quick turnaround and good feedback. like any other journal, including many a respected publication such as HR, REH, and RHM, the editorial board of hipertexto has every right to define an angle of inquiry.

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  9. quick turnaround indeed. i must concur with the previous poster regarding the editorial board.

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  10. Agree too. Where then would be our the academic freedom?

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  11. Extremely fast turn around (one month?) and only very minor revisions. My article was short so they published it in the "Notas" section. It appeared on the website shortly after

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