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Intervention – Resisting Austerity in Crisis-Hit Southern EU Countries: The Case of Greek Non-Appointed Faculty Members

by Stelios Gialis, Hellenic Open University / University of Georgia “Now that we have overcome the hardship of the mountains we need to subdue the adversities of the valleys…” Bertolt … Continue reading

24 May 2013 · Leave a comment

Critical dialogue – ‘What Can We Do? The Challenge of Being New Academics in Neoliberal Universities’

Many readers will be familiar with the Antipode Foundation’s Institute for the Geographies of Justice. Taking place every two years, the IGJ is a week-long opportunity for doctoral students, postdoctoral … Continue reading

8 November 2012 · 3 Comments

‘Then, like now…’: The roots of radical geography, a personal account

What follows is a version of the paper one-time Professor (but life-long professor) of geography Clark Akatiff presented at the 2007 AAG annual meeting in San Francisco. Clark’s reflections on … Continue reading

4 September 2012 · 12 Comments

Life and time(s) in the neoliberal university: Tell me about it (seriously, do)

by Christian Anderson, City University of New York Last semester I spent one night a week sleeping on the floor in a small, windowless student office at my university. I … Continue reading

21 May 2012 · 12 Comments

Intervention – The brutal lives of others: Exploitation in the academy

by Kean Birch, York University In the Chronicle of Higher Education, William Pannapacker – under his pen name Thomas H. Benton – wrote an article titled ‘Graduate school in the … Continue reading

4 May 2012 · 9 Comments

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