Editorial

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This is the editorial video essay for Journal of Embodied Research, Volume 1. It takes the form of a “talking head” video, attempting to balance the accessibility of social media with the scholarly rigour of a traditional journal editorial. Journal Editor Ben Spatz introduces the concept of the videographic scholarly journal and touches upon the history of audiovisual documents of embodied research across the twentieth century. After this brief overview of the form, Ben summarizes each of the four video articles included JER 1.1 and invites submissions for the next volume.
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JournalJournal of Embodied Research
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Issue number1
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Publication statusPublished - 15 Aug 2018

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