In the generation after World War II, as the world was dragged into the Cold War, the major American philanthropic organizations and the U.S. government underwrote a vast transformation in the production of knowledge at universiti...
What purpose does history serve, for you and for anyone?
The truth is that academic writing is pretty similar from ivory tower to ivory tower, if only in that it's not usually all that accessible.
Could expanding the "professional lecturer paradigm" advance the conversation about higher education's labor issues?
Students — graduate and undergraduate alike — are now part of the global working class.
My name is Allyson, and I am an adjunct professor.
David Shorten and Patrick King, Ph.D. students at Boston University and UC Santa Cruz respectively, corresponded last month, talking about Marxism, the academy, and the HBO classic The Wire.
"Revision" is the whole damn point.
A battle is currently raging in economics departments across the United Kingdom. And we've seen this fight before.
Could a program read your tweets and spit out your biography?