Negotiating the Paradox: Adjuncts & Writing

I've avoided opening the discussion about how adjuncts can earn tenure because opening the tenure discussion often seems like opening a wound that never heals. It is actually easier to ask adjunct faculty members about what they earn and get straight answers than it is...

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,.

My recent posts have ranged over publications and interviews; it seems time to bring this back to me for an embarrassing confession: the common criticisms of adjunct faculty are becoming true about me. That is to say, I've heard it said/seen it written that adjuncts...
A lot of us laboring in the academic salt mines of adjunctdom tend to just keep grinding on, either content with our lot or hoping things will improve on their own. The identity of teacher/professor can be almost hermetically sealed, or close enough that we...

This week I'd like to touch on a two surveys related to adjuncts (and writing). The first is a recent survey done by The Chronicle of Higher Education. It's dated.

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