a scholarly forum
for the exploration of problems in cultural studies, pedagogy, and
institutional critique, especially as they are impacted by the global
crisis of late capitalism.
scholarly journals publish groups of relatively unrelated essays, each
focuses on a specific issue, and contributors are
to share their work with each other.
Recent special issues of the Works and Days
focused on the effect
globalization on women and the environment, the attacks on academic
the privatization of higher education under neoliberal capitalism, the
increasing exploitation of part-time, temporary faculty, the shift from
to electronic media, and the politics of knowledge.
We are eager to hear from anyone
already at work on projects suitable for publication in Works
We also encourage proposals for joint projects and will assist in their
formation. In addition, we invite participants in symposia,
other research groups to consider developing their work through online
collaboration and publishing their outcomes as special issues of Works
Works and Days: The Thirty-Fifth Anniversary Retrospective
Vol. 35 & 36, 2018-2019