Blogs I Follow
- RISE UP TIMES
- The Adjunct Crisis
- Diane Ravitch's blog
- Signals from Mars
- Higher Ed Hub
- The Consulting Editor
- Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor
- The Red Phoenix
- we hunted the mammoth
- Bryan Alexander
- Philosophers for Change
- Seattle Education
- Tenure, She Wrote
- ACADEME BLOG
- Great Ape Thoughts
- Saying Farewell to David Graeber, Occupy Wall Street Activist, Anthropologist, Author
- How American Universities Have Destroyed Scholarship in the U.S.
- There Is No Such Thing As An Adjunct Professor
- Should Everything Be Corporatized? “Family Values” Re-Imagined.
- Why Do We Accept Labor Abuse? On Learned Helplessness, and the Viet Cong
Tag Archives: Colleges
You Call This Progress?
I was appalled to read the Chronicle article about the AAUP “plan” to provide “Better Pay, Job Stability, and a Career Path for Contingent Faculty” — to present this plan as anything but the atrocity it is…well, I am shocked and … Continue reading
Posted in The Breakdown of the American University System Tagged AAUP, Adjunct Faculty, adjunct faculty labor abuse, Colleges, corporate colonization of universities, Corporatism, Faculty exploitation, faculty unions, Homeless Adjunct, Joshua Boldt, MLA, universities, university labor exploitation, university professors 14 Comments
Blight and the Story of Blight
We finished the third day of our Homeless Adjunct Road Trip, and are, as I type this, in a cabin in Maumee State Park, outside of Toledo, OH. We left Pittsburgh early Monday afternoon, after spending two days there, meeting … Continue reading
Posted in Homeless Adjunct Road Trip, The Breakdown of the American University System Tagged adjunct, adjunct labor abuse, adjunct teaching, Art and Activism, art-making, Colleges, Contingent faculty, contingent labor, creativity, Edu-factory, factory collapse, Higher Education, Higher learning, Homeless Adjunct, part-time professors, precarious labor, universities, universitiies, university professors 4 Comments
On the Road….
The first of the Homeless Adjunct road trips is about to begin. Chris and I leave tomorrow from Philadelphia, heading for Pittsburgh. We will get there sometime Saturday evening. May 20, we will be meeting with people from the Occupy … Continue reading
Posted in Homeless Adjunct Road Trip, The Breakdown of the American University System Tagged adjunct bankruptcy, Adjunct Faculty, adjunct poverty, Adjunct Professors, adjunct teaching, Adjuncts and homelessness, Colleges, Contingent faculty, education, Higher Education, Homeless Adunct, universities 5 Comments