ENPA members Christos Varvantakis and Melissa Nolas have edited the second volume of the “entanglements: experiments in multimodal ethnography” journal. It is an experimental journal focused on the multimodal ethnographic theory and practice and is published twice a year.
The journal is open access. You can access issue 2(1) here: https://entanglementsjournal.org/
In the editorial they discuss their experimentations with peer-feedback reviewing processes in the journal, as resistance to the toxic dynamics and structural violence of the neoliberal university: ‘peer feedback is about nurturing collegiality, something which in the current academic moment often feels like a scarce resource, and therefore a political issue. To nurture, to care, to be concerned is also, like feminists have long argued, a distinctly political position, and one by which we are happy to stand firmly. ‘ You can read the editorial here: Another review process is possible. https://entanglementsjournal.org/another-review-process-is-possible/