[UPDATE] "Vulnerability and Survivalism of Humanities in Corporatized Academia" MLA14 Chicago

full name / name of organization: 
Stacey Lee Donohue/Modern Language Association
contact email: 
sdonohue@cocc.edu

Vulnerability and Survivalism of Humanities in Corporatized Academia

MLA 2014 in Chicago. Session Arranged by the Community College Humanities Association (an Allied Organization of the MLA). ALL are welcome to submit abstracts on this guaranteed session designed in response to the MLA Presidential theme of Vulnerability.

A roundtable on how humanities faculty can resist adjunctification and other neoliberal "market-driven" values and corporate structures increasingly prevalent in academia.

Papers responding to recent publications on the topic (see Michael Berube's "Humanities Unraveled" (http://chronicle.com/article/Humanities-Unraveled/137291/) or Keith Kroll's "The End of the Community College English Profession" (https://dl.dropbox.com/u/8168697/EndofCCEnglishProfession_KeithKroll.pdf) among many others.)

Abstracts/ position papers by 15 March 2013; George Louis Scheper (gscheper@jhu.edu) and Stacey Donohue (sdonohue@cocc.edu).

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professional_topics