[T]his is, far and away, the most affecting, comprehensive, and visionary collection of essays published to date on the politics of contemporary higher education. The book memorably sketches out what Raymond Williams called the “structure of feeling” in today’s university: the lived experience of ideological contestation, economic restructuring, professional vulnerability, political imagining, and political foreclosure. In this achievement, The Imperial University is sui generis: it should be bookmarked by historians of neoliberal higher education and used as a brick by those seeking to build an invigorated academic Left. ... read more ...One of the essays in this volume is by Steven Salaita. Bill Mullen has written in defense of Steven Salaita.
Salaita firing shows where Zionism meets neoliberalism at US universities | Tithi Bhattacharya & Bill V. Mullen http://t.co/FXPttxtJ9jI have not read the book.
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