Two online publications in the past few days:
- Over at Truth-out, my essay “The Ivory Cage and the Ghosts of Academe: Labor and Struggle in the Edu-Factory,” which discusses the deplorable state of post-secondary/higher education today, and the need to contextualize its decline within the anti-capitalist framework developed by the Edu-Factory Collective.
- Check out this great piece too, which was written partly in response: http://classwaru.org/2014/05/06/freedom-from-education/
- Over at Art Threat, my open letter to the war criminal George W. Bush, inviting him to speak to my class at NSCAD about his recent exhibition of paintings of world leaders: http://artthreat.net/2014/05/george-w-bush-portraits-nscad/
- Also, Zed Books, who (along with Fernwood Publishing in Canada) are releasing my and Alex Khasnabish‘s book The Radical Imagination: Social Movement Research in the Age of Austerity in July, has sent along the cover and endoresements: