Archive for the ‘Readings’ Category

Posted: September 22, 2017 in Academy, Brains, Readings
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Doing Neoliberalism on Campus: The Vulnerability of Gender Equality Mechanisms in Estonian Academia


Posted: September 19, 2017 in Academy, Brains, Readings, Teaching

A Prostitute, A Servant, and a Customer Service Representative: A Latina in Academia

Lessons from the Experiences of Women of Color Working in Academia


in Presumed Incompetent.



Posted: July 18, 2017 in Academy, Readings

Being and becoming an academic in the neoliberal university

Palgrave Critical University Studies (the book series)

Casual academics: a new public management paradox

Posted: February 3, 2017 in Readings, Research, Uncategorized

Dismissing Academic Surplus: How Discursive Support for the Neoliberal Self Silences New Faculty.

Academic Labor, the Aesthetics of Management, and the Promise of Autonomous Work.

Academic Labor: Who Cares?


Australian Universities’ Review Special issue: Challenging the Privatised University.

Some scary frights, nuggets and treasures encountered at this event:


Through a Glass Darkly


Raewyn Connell’s piece for The Conversation (check the links also, especially this one).


Communiqué from an Absent Future


Brisbane Free University


Posted: November 1, 2015 in Readings

The Footbook of Zombie Walking.