by Chris Cumo The American Federation of Teachers, part of the AFL-CIO, issued its first report on part-time faculty in 1979 and has since been active in recruiting adjuncts and in advocating better pay and benefits for them. Among its more than 100,000 college and university faculty members, the...

by Jennifer Berkshire Michael Dubson has never thought of himself as an activist. An adjunct professor of English at several Boston-area colleges, Dubson feels more at home in front of.

by Chris Cumo Peter Temes received his B.A. in literature and philosophy at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1988. After graduation he attended Columbia University, where.

by Chris Cumo Cynthia Young earned a Ph.D. in American Studies at Yale University in 1999. While there she became involved in organizing graduate students and participated in the grade strike of 1995, for which she stood trial. In 1997 she joined the SAWSJ Steering committee and in 1998 she...
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