The Academic Speed-Up

  • Fred Moten
  • Stefano Harney

Abstract

What does it mean to say there is a crisis in academic labor? Most commonly it seems to mean that there continue to be far too few full-time, tenurable positions in universities and colleges, and a growing contingent labor force of part-time teachers without security. But beneath this sense of crisis is also a crisis of belief.
Published
2013-02-11