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Contingent Campus

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Is The Contingency Issue Political, Professional, Personal, Or All The Above? (Kat Daley-Bailey)

The following is the fifth, and final, essay in a series on “the contingent campus”, or the problem of adjunctification and precarious academic employment. “Do you accept Jesus as your political Lord and Savior?” You read that correctly. “Do you accept Jesus as your political Lord and Savior?” When asked to […]

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There Are Advantages To Knowing Your Limits In Making A Difference For Non-Tenure Track Colleagues (Russell McCutcheon)

The following is the fourth essay in a series on “the contingent campus”, or the problem of adjunctification and precarious academic employment. Late one night, in episode 5 of the first season of the television reboot of “Fargo,” a man who lives directly across the alley from the Duluth Police […]

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