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I'm a lecturer at the University of Amsterdam, the Principal Investigator of Slow Editing Towards Equity research project, and a former Wikipedia Visiting Scholar. My research examines the political design of encyclopedic knowledge, which has included studying practices and techniques of Wikipedian consensus.[1][2][3] I have also conducted previous research by examining the epistemological connections between Wikipedia and the Encyclopedia Britannica by comparing the organizational structure of ten articles throughout the lifespan of each encyclopedia.[4] See also:


  1. ^ Jankowski, Steve (2022). "Making Consensus Sensible: The Transition of a Democratic Ideal into Wikipedia's Interface". Journal of Peer Production (15). Retrieved September 26, 2022.
  2. ^ Jankowski, Steve. "The Trouble with Knowing: Wikipedian consensus and the political design of encyclopedic media". York University. Retrieved September 26, 2022.
  3. ^ Jankowski, Steve (2015). "No consensus on consensus: A paradox within Wikipedian governance and collective action". In Torres, C.; Mateus, S. (eds.). From Multitude to Crowds- Collective Action and the Media. Peter Lang. pp. 177–196.
  4. ^ Jankowski, Steve (2013). "Encyclopaedism & Wikipedia: a generic analysis of epistemic values" (PDF). University of Ottawa. Retrieved 2017-05-27.