The Urgency in My Leisure

Since grading my last final exams about a month ago, I've found myself in a peculiar situation: I'm still employed (and getting paid!) until the end of this month, but I don't have any work to do for Tulane and haven't yet lined up my next opportunity.  This has left me with an awkward schedule. ... Continue Reading →

Okay, I’ll make my own megaphone!

A while back I wrote about the difficulty I'd had finding a group to represent Contingent Faculty.  Although there are a few entities serving this purpose--the New Faculty Majority and the American Association of University Professors among them--I'd never seen much action from either group in all the time I've been working on this issue. ... Continue Reading →

Does anyone have a megaphone?

There's been a lot of progress in the two years that I've been advocating for contingent faculty within the Society for Classical Studies (SCS).  We're now represented by our own committee, have a seat at the table in Professional Matters, and are about to gain greater protections--at least in theory--through a revised Statement of Professional... Continue Reading →

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