co-authorship

Cerwonka, Allaine, and Liisa H. Malkki. 2007. Improvising Theory: Process and Temporality in Ethnographic Fieldwork. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

AO: I've included this book--co-authored by PhD mentor and student--as an example of collaborative writing as well as for its reflections on fieldwork and mentoring.Read more

Leydesdorff, Loet, Caroline Wagner, Han Woo Park, and Jonathan Adams. 2013. “International Collaboration in Science: The Global Map and the Network.” ArXiv:1301.0801 [Cs], January.

AO: This paper found in the Computer Science digital libraries pre-prints section of Cornell University looks at the network of international co-authorship relations and presents a map to visualize international collaboration as defined by co-authored papers.Read more

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