Al Harahap, Brian Hendrickson

Affective Dimensions of Transracial and Transcultural Scholarly Collaboration

A Case Study

The exigency of transracial and transnational academic collaborations has emphasized an array of positionalities and uncovered the inadequacies of traditional, formal, objective relationships. We draw on our experience through a decade of multiple projects to identify the need for collaborators to not only recognize our individual positionalities but, also just as crucial to the health of the collaboration, reflect on and discuss difficult differences deliberatively. We focus on the controversial travel ban and boycott calls of CCCC 2018 Kansas City as one example moment and site where this happened for us. The academic conference also serves as a representation of a much grander academic project between thousands of collaborators.


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Harahap, Al & Hendrickson, Brian (2023): Affective Dimensions of Transracial and Transcultural Scholarly Collaboration. A Case Study. JoSch - Journal für Schreibwissenschaft, 14(1), 42-50. DOI:


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  • Reihe: JoSch - Journal für Schreibwissenschaft
  • Band: 14
  • Auflage: 1
  • Erscheinungsdatum: 23.06.2023
  • Umfang: 9 Seiten
  • Artikelnr: JOS2301W005
  • DOI (E-Paper-Teilbeitrag): 10.3278/JOS2301W005
  • Imprint: wbv Publikation
  • Sprache: Deutsch

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