Article, Author and Keyword Index for Exchanges

Volumes 7.1-9.2




index, authors, subjects, keywords, titles, Exchanges


This article provides a practical guide to the scope and disposition of scholarly work contributed and published within the Exchanges journal over its last three volumes. This article forms a companion piece to one published in Volume 6, Part 2 of the journal, which offered a guide to all works published up until that point through an author and article index. This new article expands on the information provided within the more recent editions in that it offers three forms of index. Firstly, a volume-by-volume listing of articles, authors, subjects and DOI links. Secondly, an author index, providing information on the issues to which each has contributed. Finally, it incorporates a keyword index, drawn from the author-controlled taxonomy deployed and associated with each published article.


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Author Biography

Gareth J Johnson, Institute of Advanced Study, University of Warwick, UK

Gareth has been Exchanges’ Editor-in-Chief since 2018. Along with a doctorate in cultural academic publishing practices (Nottingham Trent), he also possesses various other degrees in biomedical technology (Sheffield Hallam), information management (Sheffield) and research practice (NTU). His varied career includes extensive experience in academic libraries, project management and applied research roles. His professional and research interests focus on power-relationships within and evolution of scholarly academic publication practice, viewed from within social theory and political economic frameworks.

He has extensive skills in areas including academic writing, partner relationship management and effective communication practices. He is an outspoken proponent for greater academic agency through scholar-led publishing. Gareth is also the Mercian Collaboration’s Executive Officer, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and hosts a number of podcasts, including The Exchanges Discourse.

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