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Research Selectivity and the
Destruction of Authentic
Scholarship? The View from the
(semi) Periphery
Simon Warren, NUI Ga...
Trying to define the research
problematic
• Beginnings
• A particular policy issue – ‘research
selectivity’
• An organisin...
Research
selectivity –
Ireland
Selection as the
Struggle for
Visibility
• Global
• Institutional
• Individual
Global University
Rankings
National
Auditin...
Initial Organising Questions
• What does the
experience of research
selectivity look like in
semi-peripheral systems
of Eu...
Reputational Ghetto* – the
case of the Humanities?
*Based on: Slater, T. and Anderson, N. (2012), The
reputational ghetto:...
Tentative Analysis
• PRIVATE TROUBLES/PUBLIC ISSUES
• TRANSFORMING DISCIPLINARY PRACTICE
• EPISTEMIC DISJUNCTURE
Next?
• Develop a network – expand research capacity
– COST Action
– NORFACE
• Publication – work with and around the
para...
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Research Selectivity and the Destruction of Authentic Scholarship? The View from the (semi) Periphery

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Presentation to MA Academic Practice, NUI Galway, based on research looking at impact of research performance systems on semi-peripheral higher education systems.

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Research Selectivity and the Destruction of Authentic Scholarship? The View from the (semi) Periphery

  1. 1. Research Selectivity and the Destruction of Authentic Scholarship? The View from the (semi) Periphery Simon Warren, NUI Galway Marcin Starnawski, Dolnośląska Szkoła Wyższa (University of Lower Silesia) Marcin Gołębniak, Dolnośląska Szkoła Wyższa (University of Lower Silesia)
  2. 2. Trying to define the research problematic • Beginnings • A particular policy issue – ‘research selectivity’ • An organising metaphor – ‘semi-peripheral’
  3. 3. Research selectivity – Ireland
  4. 4. Selection as the Struggle for Visibility • Global • Institutional • Individual Global University Rankings National Auditing and Differential/Co mpetitive Funding – Compact/REF Institutional Audit Research? A view from the centre…
  5. 5. Initial Organising Questions • What does the experience of research selectivity look like in semi-peripheral systems of European higher education? • In what ways are semi- peripheral systems governed through regional and global systems of surveillance and measurement? • How is internal selectivity arranged at both national and institutional level (e.g. how are the humanities dealt with)? • How are different categories of academic managed in relation to research selectivity?
  6. 6. Reputational Ghetto* – the case of the Humanities? *Based on: Slater, T. and Anderson, N. (2012), The reputational ghetto: territorial stigmatisation in St Paul’s, Bristol. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 37: 530–546. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-5661.2011.00490.x Bandit's Roost (1888) by Jacob Riis, from How the Other Half Lives. This image is Bandit's Roost at 59½Mulberry Street, considered the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of New York City. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Riis
  7. 7. Tentative Analysis • PRIVATE TROUBLES/PUBLIC ISSUES • TRANSFORMING DISCIPLINARY PRACTICE • EPISTEMIC DISJUNCTURE
  8. 8. Next? • Develop a network – expand research capacity – COST Action – NORFACE • Publication – work with and around the paradox

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