On theorising and humanising academic complicity in the neoliberal university

in Learning and Teaching
Author: Alex Posecznick
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Most academics that I know take it for granted that higher education in capitalist countries has become deeply corporatised over the last thirty years. But as an undergraduate student in the 1990s, dreaming of joining the ranks of the professoriate, the institutional and structural changes that were transforming the university were largely hidden from my view. Looking back, I had no idea how such trends might be impacting the men and women who excited my intellect and set me on an academic path. I did not even think to ask.

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Learning and Teaching

The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences