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This Is Not New

I feel that I am often apologizing for making statements that are not new–many women feel this way, many scholars feel this way. If what you offer is not methodology-breaking or ideology-busting, why would you bother offering it up? 1,068 more words

Higher Education

New Horizons in the Europe of Knowledge

Inga Ulnicane and Meng-Hsuan Chou

What are the boundaries of the Europe of Knowledge? Does a specific conceptualisation of scientific excellence lead to a more divided Europe of Knowledge? 899 more words

Knowledge Economy

when your arrows are spent

For the last few weeks I have had what you could call writers block. I have started to write a blog three or four times and eventually deleted everything I wrote down or saved it hoping it would be useful later. 826 more words

Graduate School

CFP: UACES CRN workshop on 'The politics of knowledge: Europe and beyond' (16-17 July 2015, Robinson College, Cambridge)

Workshop organisers:

Dr Meng-Hsuan Chou (NTU Singapore) – hsuan.chou cantab.net

Dr Julie Smith (Robinson College, University of Cambridge) – jes42 cam.ac.uk

Mitchell Young (Charles University in Prague) – … 545 more words


Welcome to New Readers + Updates

Welcome, new readers! If you liked my resignation letter, I have other posts on discrimination at America’s colleges and universities here and here. Next week, I’m going to have more posts on higher education and taxes. 563 more words


No Longer Blocked by Facebook. See Greg Palast's Facebook Page Saturday

I believe the title encapsulates the major announcements of the evening. Facebook is now allowing my blog to be posted on its site’s pages. Look for a link to my resignation-letter post on… 123 more words


New Level of Absurdity Reached! Achievement Locked Even More!

I’ve written several times about nonsense in Higher Education. Administrators in Higher Education love bureaucracy like zombies love brains. Some bureaucracy has to exist. We want to make sure people are treated fairly. 1,712 more words