Articles tagged with education

Andrew J. Douglas Jared Loggins

Even as they carve out space for Black scholarship, established universities remain deeply complicit in racial capitalism. We must think beyond them.

Victoria Baena

Education is not inherently liberatory: it has always been an arena for broader struggles over who has access to knowledge and to what ends learning is put.

Nichola Lowe

To support the work of the future, we must promote workers’ skills as crucial to technological progress.

Billy Anania Shellyne Rodriguez

Artist-activist Shellyne Rodriguez speaks with Billy Anania about museum labor practices and how Strike MoMA imagines a future of art for the people.

Marshall Steinbaum

Why the left’s turn from higher education has coincided with a newfound conservative appreciation for it.

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Robin D. G. Kelley

I wrote letters for West’s hire and renewal at Harvard. The school’s administrators completely miss the point of tenure.

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Aaron Karp

The pandemic holds important political lessons for the climate crisis, but they must be taught.

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Gianpaolo Baiocchi Marcelo K. Silva

The Brazilian president’s offensive against universities threatens democracy and recalls the dark years of the country’s dictatorship.

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Agnes Callard

Two new books take aim at the moral failures of meritocracy. But we can advocate for a more just society without giving up on merit.

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Anne McDonough Daniel E. Ho Oluchi Mbonu

We know that faculty retirement policies shape racial and gender diversity on campus. What universities do now in the face of COVID-19 will have long-term consequences.