by Sarah Boon Kelly J. Baker is no stranger to covering difficult topics. She’s written about the 1920s history of the Ku Klux Klan, and the current role of white supremacy.
In “Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America,” Alissa Quart lucidly recounts these and other wrenching stories of economic hardship, while meticulously deconstructing some of the prevailing myths about middle-class.
Gypsy Scholars, Migrant Teachers and the Global Academic Proletariat: Adjunct Labour in Higher Education, a collection of fourteen essays by male and female adjuncts in the U.S. and in other.
This book should make any adjunct laugh or cry or maybe prepare to consider other work. Perhaps it will inspire more adjuncts to take part in the growing number of.
The Slow Professor: Challenging the Culture of Speed in the Academy by Maggie Berg and Barbara Seeber (University of Toronto Press, 2016; $26.95) Reviewed by Christina Turner Symbols of the neoliberal.
The share of Americans who report not reading any books in the past 12 months is largely unchanged since 2012, but is slightly higher than in 2011, when the Center.