Editorial: Why is Outlines – critical practice studies so critical?
This editorial points back to the papers published in volume 18. It also announces the transfer of the position of main editor of Outlines – critical practice studies.
One of the papers in vol. 18 relates directly to what is foundational to Outlines - critical practice studies: The encouragement of critique. For this reason it has been given some extensive attention here. Raffnsøe (2017) wrote: What is critique? Critical turns in the age of criticism.
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