Collaboration as a way of being, a way of living: A response to the first case
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2001 by Elizabeth G. Creamer. Greg and Martha seem very familiar. While I dont know them, I can make a lot of guesses about the lives they lead; there is something about those lives that seems both intimate and familiar to me. But there are also questions unresolved. Such questions inevitably revolve about those aspects of partner and spouse collaborations that are not the focus of this book, nor the focus of the chapter, nor even the appropriate focus of institutions that may consider hiring and supporting such academic spousal research teams. Consequently, I will take up those aspects of intellectual homesteading? that may be similar to other academic/spousal collaborative efforts and that may be both conceptually heuristic and institutionally interesting first, and will then make my final comments about what is unresolved or unaddressed.
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