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Editorial Director Ken Wissoker on why he loves peer review

Ken Wissoker

02 October, 2017

As a late celebration of Peer Review Week, in this month's reblog we feature a piece by Duke University Press Editorial Director Ken Wissoker, in which he shares insights on the invaluable art of peer reviewing book manuscripts. Check out the original post for Wissoker's take on what makes a good book reviewer in the humanities and social sciences.

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