Another University is Possible: Academic Labor, the Ideology of Scarcity, and the Fight for Workplace Democracy
Keywords: academic labor action
AbstractIt is little exaggeration, then, to say that the whole world is watching what happens at institutions such as NYU, the University of California, and CUNY. Insurgent unions such as the GSOC and the PSC have an important role to play in challenging the global jargon of “excellence,” and in replacing prisons and imperial warfare with social justice and the democratization of higher education.
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