A Review of How the University Works

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reviewed by P.D. LeskoHow the University Works is the first book of a writer who truly believes he has something important to share about what he perceives as the increasingly corporate nature of higher education. His audience is the choir, and he preaches up a storm. Author Marc Bousquet is an associate professor of English, and the founding editor of Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor. He founded Workplace 14 years ago, and the Journal has blossomed into a stalwartly left-leaning bastion of thought on labor politics in the United States, and specifically, within higher education. To title a book […]
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