No 12 (2005)

Successes and Setbacks in Academic Labor Struggle

Special Issue edited by Julie Schmid

Table of Contents

Articles

Putting Down Roots: Stabilizing the Contigent Academic Labor Union PDF
Deborah Herman
Learning to Be Labor PDF
William Vaughn
Hard Carding and Soft Funding: How to Organize Ourselves and Our Unions PDF
James Thompson
Working Conditions and Learning Conditions after the National Labor Relations Board’s Brown University Decision PDF
Scott Henkel
Competitive Unionism: Good, Bad, or Indifferent for Contigent Faculty? PDF
Joe Berry
Boomerangs of Academic Freedom PDF
Brian Martin
Does the Online University Need Faculty, Adjuncts, or Clerks? PDF
John Rothfork
Why We “Profess” Rather than Teach: Implications of the Gendered Construction of Work for Academic Unions PDF
Lois Weiner

Book Reviews

Review of Class Politics: The Movement for the Students´ Right to Their Own Language PDF
Theresa Adams
Review of A Sanctuary of Their Own: Intellectual Refugees in the Academy PDF
Karen A. Bradley
Review of The Future of the Public University in America: Beyond the Crossroads PDF
Mark Johnson
Review of Disciplined Minds: A Critical Look at Salaried Professionals and the Soul-Battering System that Shapes Their Lives PDF
Vivian Wagner


ISSN 1715-0094  Workplace