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The big data brain drain

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This provocative post by Jake VanderPlas argues…

The emotional wellbeing of non-tenure track faculty

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The Academe blog has an…

CfP: What are conferences for? The Political economy of academic events

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The Sociological Imagination invites short articles (500-1500…

A BSA Bourdieu Study Group Event: Are Elite Universities Meritocratic?

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Are Elite Universities Meritocratic? A…

The Centre for Social Ontology

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The Centre for Social Ontology…

CfP: What are conferences for? The Political economy of academic events

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The conference as site for neoliberal behavior

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During the conference ‘Thinking about…

Beyond Dystopian Education in a Neoliberal Society

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This powerful article in Fast…

CfP: What are conferences for? The Political economy of academic events

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The Sociological Imagination invites short…

The continually shrinking conference presentation

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This blog recently featured a call…

CfP: What are seminars for? What are conferences for? Towards DIY academic events

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On Improvisation

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‘So what would an improvisation-friendly…

The 3 Stages of Academic Awareness

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Stage 1: It’s complex and…

CfP: What are conferences for? The Political economy of academic events

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The Sociological Imagination invites short articles (500-1500…

As far as the ‘I’ can hear

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Taking up the challenge that…

CfP: What are conferences for? The Political economy of academic events

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The Sociological Imagination invites short articles (500-1500…

Academics Against Mass Surveillance

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This summer it was revealed,…

The academic ethics of strikebreaking

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This insightful reflection on academic strikebreaking captures…