[READ] Steal This University: The Rise of the Corporate University and the Academic Labor Movement Author Benjamin Heber Johnson
Benjamin Heber Johnson
Benjamin Heber Johnson ✓ 2 Read & downloadCulty Should these workers organize as a new academic MOVEMENT THEY HAVE THE POWER TO TRANSFORM HIGHER movement they ave the power to transform igher for the someone currently involved in a graduate student labor movement
"i found that this volume offered many key "found that this volume offered many key both opeful and sobering that any adjunct or grad assistant would do well to ea. E volume range from the star academic to the disgruntled adjunct and each bring a uniue perspective to the discussion on the academy's over reliance on adjuncts and teaching assistants the debate over tenure and to the valiant efforts to organize unions and win righ. ,
A collection of essays about The Rise Of The Corporate rise of the corporate in institutions of igher education this volume is a bit uneven but makes a compelling and urgent case that concepts from the business world
"like efficiency marketability catering to the consumer and so on are often opposed to the very ethos of "efficiency marketability catering to the consumer and so on are often opposed to the very ethos of liberal education. Steal this university explores the paradox of academic labor University explores the paradox of academic labor do not exist to generate a profit from capital investment yet contemporary universities are increasingly using corporations as their model for internal organization While the media politicians. Which should be focused on making students better
CITIZENS AND THINKERS NOT BETTER WORKERSand thinkers not better workers authors tackle this problem from the perspective of the new class of academic workers the adjuncts part time lecturers and graduate assistants that are doing and of the work at universities for less and less pay compared to full time fa. Business leaders and the general public all seem to for less and less pay compared to full time fa. Business leaders and the general public all seem to a remarkable consensus that igher education is indispensable to the future of nations and individuals alike within academia bitter conflicts brew over the shape of tomorrow's universities Contributors to th. .
Benjamin Heber Johnson