Part of what I've been doing in this blog is noodling around the questions of how adjunct writers' circumstances affect their writing (and writing teaching), and, by implication, to what.
Scholars on the tenure-track have contextual support to write and publish. In the best positions, this takes the form of course release time and internal grants to fund sabbaticals, research.
I'm not sure how I feel about wordriver, but I'm glad it exists, and I'm wildly intrigued. You see, wordriver is a new (as of 2009) literary journal. Like many.
One of the things that struck me when I started working on this blog was how little research had been done into the great sea change of academic labor that.
So…I've been blogging on adjuncts and writing for a year now, and as I start my second year, I want to look back over what I've seen, what I've learned,.
AA 52 More Perspectives I'd like to continue last week's process of breaking out of my own habitual limits by seeing the topic of adjuncts and writing from other.