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: scholarship
How American Universities Have Destroyed Scholarship in the U.S.
Put simply, universities traditionally have pursued a three-prong mission: 1) to provide excellent educational opportunities, 2) to support scholarly research and study, and 3) to encourage both professional and community service. There has been a lot written recently about how … Continue reading