The Institute for Critical Education Studies (ICES) is extremely pleased to announce the launch of Workplace Issue #22, “The New Academic Labor Market and Graduate Students” (Guest Editors Bradley J. Porfilio, Julie A. Gorlewski & Shelley Pineo-Jensen).
- The New Academic Labor Market and Graduate Students: Introduction to the Special Issue (Brad Porfilio, Julie Gorlewski, Shelley Pineo-Jensen)
- Dismissing Academic Surplus: How Discursive Support for the Neoliberal Self Silences New Faculty (Julie Gorlewski)
- Academia and the American Worker: Right to Work in an Era of Disaster Capitalism? (Paul Thomas)
- Survival Guide Advice and the Spirit of Academic Entrepreneurship: Why Graduate Students Will Never Just Take Your Word for It (Paul Cook)
- Standing Against Future Contingency: Activist Mentoring in Composition Studies (Casie Fedukovich)
- From the New Deal to the Raw Deal: 21st Century Poetics and Academic Labor (Virginia Konchan)
- How to Survive a Graduate Career (Roger Whitson)
- In Every Way I’m Hustlin’: The Post-Graduate School Intersectional Experiences of Activist-Oriented Adjunct and Independent Scholars (Naomi Reed, Amy Brown)
- Ivory Tower Graduates in the Red: The Role of Debt in Higher Education (Nicholas Hartlep, Lucille T. Eckrich)
- Lines of Flight: the New Ph.D. as Migrant (Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim)
The scope and depth of scholarship within this Special Issue has direct and immediate relevance for graduate students and new and senior scholars alike. We encourage you to review the Table of Contents and articles of interest.
Thank you for your ongoing support of Workplace,