Negotiating the Paradox: Adjuncts & Writing

It is easy for those of us who are toiling away as full-time adjuncts (if you'll allow me that supposed oxymoron) forget how flexible and multifaceted that term is. It's also easy for those of us working in traditional academic fields like English or history...

Recently I had two experiences that made me realize how much I'd changed, and how much things have changed. (Stay with me—this really is about adjuncts and writing.) Both of.

I've mentioned from time to time how little research has been done about the shift in the academic labor force to primarily adjunct faculty that defines us all. I've also mentioned how helpful people working in the field have been. This week these two matters...

[private]Last week I sketched out the issues surrounding adjuncts and grading in general. This week these issues were brought home in a specific experience, one that is particular to the.

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 other little magazines, wordriver publishes short stories, poetry, and personal essays. However, as far as...

Take a look at the Adjunct Writing Instructor Group on Ning. No, seriously. Go ahead. It won't take you long. It is, or rather was, a group started by an.

At the risk of beating a dead one day conference into the ground, I want to touch on some of the results of the one day conference on teaching writing (at one of the schools I teach for as an adjunct, Baker College) that I...
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