Works and Days
Rise of the Education
Vol. 21, Nos. 1 & 2
Teresa Derrickson: "A Place of Profits: The University's New Market Orientation"
Cary Nelson: "Resistance Is Not Futile"
Part I: Contingent Labor and the Corporate University
Marc Bousquet: "The Informal Economy of the Information University"
Paul Lauter: "Content, Culture, Character"
Joe T. Berry: "The New Majority Faculty: A Class Analysis for Organizing"
Gregory Meyerson: "Appalling"
Part II: Apprentice or Laborer? The Conflict Over Graduate Student Work
Marc Bousquet: "The Rhetoric of 'Job Market' and the Reality of the Academic Labor System"
Marc Bousquet: "The Waste Product of Graduate Education: Toward a Dictatorship of the Flexible"
Gordon Lafer: "Graduate Student Unions: Organizing in a Changed Academic Economy"
Chris Drew, Matt Garrison, Steven Leek, Donna Stickland, Jen Talbot, and A.D. Waldron: "Affect, Labor, and the Graduate Teaching Assistant: Can Writing Programs Become 'Spaces of Hope'"?
Part III: Composition's New Class Heirarchy
Marc Bousquet: "Composition as Management Science"
Jeffrey T. Grabill, James E. Porter, Stuart Blythe, and Libby Miles: "Institutional Critique Revisited"
Kelli L. Custer: "Of Bedpans and Blackboards: Teaching Writing in the Educational Management Organization"
Laura Bartlett: "Feminization and Composition's Managerial Subject"
Part IV: Ideas for Action & Intervention
Jeffrey J. Willaims: "Career Choices"
Randy Martin: "Getting the General Idea: Managing the University's Uses"
Eileen E. Schell: "Every Week Should Be Campus Equity Week: Toward a Labor Theory of Agency in Higher Education"
Christopher Carter: "The Student as Organic Intellectual"
Marc Bousquet: "The Concrete University"
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