Imagining America Seeks Recognition for Nontraditional Scholarship

Some types of scholarship do not produce artifacts that are the traditional measure of academic work—journal articles and books. As a result, faculty who are engaged in nontraditional scholarly activity such as public scholarship run the risk of jeopardizing their careers due to a lack of understanding and rewards for this type of work.

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