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The essays in this book, written by people involved either involved in the strike (graduate students, faculty, organizers) or who are nationally recognized writers on academic labor, offers lessons on what the GSOC strike says about the current role of the university in public life, and how the pressure for universities to realign themselves along the lines of private corp The essays in this book, written by people involved either involved in the strike (graduate students, faculty, organizers) or who are nationally recognized writers on academic labor, offers lessons on what the GSOC strike says about the current role of the university in public life, and how the pressure for universities to realign themselves along the lines of private corporations has broad implications for the future of higher education.


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The essays in this book, written by people involved either involved in the strike (graduate students, faculty, organizers) or who are nationally recognized writers on academic labor, offers lessons on what the GSOC strike says about the current role of the university in public life, and how the pressure for universities to realign themselves along the lines of private corp The essays in this book, written by people involved either involved in the strike (graduate students, faculty, organizers) or who are nationally recognized writers on academic labor, offers lessons on what the GSOC strike says about the current role of the university in public life, and how the pressure for universities to realign themselves along the lines of private corporations has broad implications for the future of higher education.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Zachary McDargh

    I cannot recommend this book highly enough to anyone who expects to spend a significant amount of their career in academia. Especially Part 1, which is an excellent profile and analysis of how universities have become increasingly dominated by finance and corporate organizational principles since the 1970s. It's amazing how well universities work as a miniature representation of our society as a whole. I cannot recommend this book highly enough to anyone who expects to spend a significant amount of their career in academia. Especially Part 1, which is an excellent profile and analysis of how universities have become increasingly dominated by finance and corporate organizational principles since the 1970s. It's amazing how well universities work as a miniature representation of our society as a whole.

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