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Myths of academe as meritocratic, in Conditionally Accepted Link

Scientists as sales people, in Priceonomics Link

What associate professors should know, in 21st Century Scholar Link

Christopher Meyers on lack of rewards for public scholarship Link

The divide between tenure-track and non-tenure track faculty members, in Hybrid Pedagogy Link

Defending the (old) SAT, in Slate Link

Adjustments for recovering academics, in Pan Kisses Kafka Link

Literature professors and composition professors, in Not of General Interest Link

Partner hiring, in Ferule & Fescue Link

Is blogging scholarship?, in Historiann Link

The state of American studies, in U.S. Intellectual History Blog Link

New leadership at MOOC providers, in More or Less Bunk Link

Why tenured professors need unions, in The Public Link

Fighting for equity, in Black British Academics Link

Apprenticeship in and out of academe, in Love and Disdain Link

Steven D. Krause on "Con Job: Stories of Adjunct and Contingent Labor" Link

Assigning a book you wrote to students, in Crooked Timber Link

Myths and realities of "working your way through college," in The Atlantic Link

The role of academic history, in the Oxford University Press Blog Link

The University of Florida's online deal, in Remaking the University Link

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