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First year on the tenure track, in The Duck of Minerva Link

Archaeology realities, in Savage Minds Link

The impact of the Salaita case beyond Illinois, in Easily Distracted Link

John Leary applies for a job at Harvard Link

Student-to-professor email, in The Toast Link

The power of humor, in Excelsior Link

Women, poverty and adjunct status, in Feminist Philosophers Link

"The Song of the Tenured," in The Adjunct Crisis Link

Data fraud in admissions, in Ethical College Admissions Link

A discouraging review, in Fie Upon This Quiet Life Link

Robert Reich's critique of higher ed, in Salon Link

The Onion's satire about the panel that will determine NCAA championships games Link

How employers view for-profit degrees, in Sociological Images Link

The academic year begins, in Reassigned Time 2.0 Link

Drawing the line on academic freedom, in The Good Enough Professor Link

The flaws with journalism about higher ed, in Remaking the University Link

Philosophers and politics, in The Philosophers' Cocoon Link

Workplace democracy, in Changing Universities Link

Respect and disrespect in teaching, in U.S. Intellectual History Blog Link


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