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0.57 Cary Nelson, Lessons from the Job Wars: Late Capitalism Arrives on Campus, Social Text, 1995.
0.46 Michael Bérubé, The Blessed of the Earth, Social Text, 1996.
0.46 Zelda F. Gamson, The Stratification of the Academy, Social Text, 1997.
0.43 Joel Westheimer, Tenure Denied: Anti-Unionism and Anti-Intellectualism in the Academy, Social Text, 2002.
0.41 Annette Kolodny, Response to Rome Hartman, New Literary History, 1996.
0.39 Annette Kolodny, "60 Minutes" at the University of Arizona: The Polemic against Tenure, New Literary History, 1996.
0.39 Kathy M. Newman, Poor Hungry and Desperate? Or Privileged Histrionic and Demanding? In Search of the True Meaning of "Ph D", Social Text, 1996.
0.36 Richard Ohmann, English Departments and the Professional Ethos, New Literary History, 1974.
0.34 Kitty Krupat Laura Tanenbaum, A Network for Campus Democracy: Reflections on NYU and the Academic Labor Movement, Social Text, 2002.
0.34 Gary Rhoades Sheila Slaughter, Academic Capitalism Managed Professionals and Supply-Side Higher Education, Social Text, 1997.
0.34 Vincent B. Leitch, Work Theory, Critical Inquiry, 2005.
0.34 Marc Bousquet, The Waste Product of Graduate Education: Toward a Dictatorship of the Flexible, Social Text, 2002.
0.33 Charlie Eaton, Student Unionism and Sustaining Student Power, Social Text, 2002.
0.33 Robert Post, Debating Disciplinarity, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.33 Bart Meyers, The CUNY Wars, Social Text, 1997.
0.32 Norman F. Ramsey, Science Teaching and Research in Universities, New Literary History, 1995.
0.32 Randy Martin, Introduction, Social Text, 2004.
0.31 Vincent Tirelli, Adjuncts and More Adjuncts: Labor Segmentation and the Transformation of Higher Education, Social Text, 1997.
0.31 Peter Uwe Hahendahl, The Future of the Research University and the Fate of the Humanities, Cultural Critique, 2005.
0.31 Corey Robin Michelle Stephens, Against the Grain: Organizing TAs at Yale, Social Text, 1996.
0.31 Ellen Willis, The Post-Yeshiva Paradox: Faculty Organizing at NYU, Social Text, 2002.
0.30 Stanley Aronowitz, The Last Good Job in America, Social Text, 1997.
0.30 Tony Tinker, "The End of Business Schools?" More than Meets the Eye, Social Text, 2004.
0.30 Andrew Ross, The Labor behind the Cult of Work, Social Text, 1996.
0.29 Marshall Sahlins, The Conflicts of the Faculty, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.29 Karl Kroeber, American Universities: A Personal View, boundary 2, 2000.
0.29 Ashley Dawson, The Crisis at Columbia: Academic Freedom Area Studies and Contingent Labor in the Contemporary Academy, Social Text, 2007.
0.28 Jeremy Smith, Faculty Students and Political Engagement, Social Text, 1997.
0.28 Ibrahim Abu Lughod, Palestinian Higher Education: National Identity Liberation and Globalization, boundary 2, 2000.
0.28 Hazard Adams, Literary Study at Irvine, New Literary History, 1972.
0.28 Charles T. Scott, Literary History at Wisconsin, New Literary History, 1973.
0.28 Jane Gallop, Resisting Reasonableness, Critical Inquiry, 1999.
0.27 Micki McGee, Hooked on Higher Education and Other Tales from Adjunct Faculty Organizing, Social Text, 2002.
0.27 Andrew Ross Malini Johar Schueller Ashley Dawson, Academic Labor at the Crossroads? An Interview with Andrew Ross, Social Text, 2007.
0.27 Eng-Beng Lim, University, Social Text, 2009.
0.27 Malini Johar Schueller Ashley Dawson, Introduction, Social Text, 2007.
0.27 Vijay Prashad, Teaching by Candlelight, Social Text, 2007.
0.26 Gregory G. Colomb, From Model to Policy: Response, New Literary History, 1989.
0.26 Allen Chun, The Institutional Unconscious; Or The Prison House of Academia, boundary 2, 2000.
0.25 James Chandler, Introduction: Doctrines Disciplines Discourses Departments, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.25 Ellen Messer-Davidow, Why Democracy Will Be Hard to Do, Social Text, 2006.
0.25 Monika Fludernik, Threatening the University: The Liberal Arts and the Economization of Culture, New Literary History, 2005.
0.24 David Bleich, Academic Ideology and the New Attention to Teaching, New Literary History, 1995.
0.24 Stanley Fish, Take This Job and Do It: Administering the University without an Idea, Critical Inquiry, 2005.
0.24 Cary Nelson, Listening with a Long Spoon: At Home with the NAS, Social Text, 1998.
0.24 Masao Miyoshi, Ivory Tower in Escrow, boundary 2, 2000.
0.24 Silvia Federici George Caffentzis, Globalization and Professionalization in Africa, Social Text, 2004.
0.24 Eng-Beng Lim, Performing the Global University, Social Text, 2009.
0.24 Terry Caesar, [Professional Harassment]: Response, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
0.23 Randy Martin, University, Social Text, 2009.
0.23 Margaret A. Miller, Technoliteracy and the New Professor, New Literary History, 1995.
0.23 Meaghan Morris, Humanities for Taxpayers: Some Problems, New Literary History, 2005.
0.23 Margaret Miller, Reply to Stephen Cushman, New Literary History, 1995.
0.23 Donald J. Gray Paul Strohm, Literary History at Indiana, New Literary History, 1972.
0.23 John Higgins, Academic Freedom in the New South Africa, boundary 2, 2000.
0.23 Christopher Newfield, Recapturing Academic Business, Social Text, 1997.
0.23 Catherine Prendergast Nancy Abelmann, Alma Mater: College Kinship and the Pursuit of Diversity, Social Text, 2006.
0.22 Gerald Graff, Other Voices Other Rooms: Organizing and Teaching the Humanities Conflict, New Literary History, 1990.
0.22 Fred Moten Stefano Harney, The University and the Undercommons: Seven Theses, Social Text, 2004.
0.22 Ellen Messer-Davidow, Manufacturing the Attack on Liberalized Higher Education, Social Text, 1993.
0.22 Stanley Aronowitz, Against Schooling: Education and Social Class, Social Text, 2004.
0.22 Mary Wilson Carpenter, Eco Oedipus and the "View" of the University, Diacritics, 1990.
0.21 Bill Readings, The University without Culture?, New Literary History, 1995.
0.21 Christopher Newfield, Jurassic U: The State of University-Industry Relations, Social Text, 2004.
0.20 Janice Radway, Research Universities Periodical Publication and the Circulation of Professional Expertise: On the Significance of Middlebrow Authority, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.20 E. D. Hirsch_ Jr., From Model to Policy, New Literary History, 1989.
0.20 Ronald A. T. Judy, Some Notes on the Status of Global English in Tunisia, boundary 2, 1999.
0.20 Catherine Soussloff Mark Franko, Visual and Performance Studies: A New History of Interdisciplinarity, Social Text, 2002.
0.19 Sander L. Gilman, Collaboration the Economy and the Future of the Humanities, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.19 Stanley Fish, Profession Despise Thyself: Fear and Self-Loathing in Literary Studies, Critical Inquiry, 1983.
0.19 Louis Kampf, Real Students in Real Classrooms, New Literary History, 1974.
0.19 Chris Lorenz, If You're So Smart Why Are You under Surveillance? Universities Neoliberalism and New Public Management, Critical Inquiry, 2012.
0.19 Gerald Graff, Response to Bill Readings, New Literary History, 1995.
0.19 Gordon K. Davies, The Future of the Humanities in Virginia Higher Education, New Literary History, 1990.
0.19 James Chandler, Critical Disciplinarity, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.18 W. B. Carnochan, English Literary History at Stanford, New Literary History, 1973.
0.18 Dominick La Capra, The University in Ruins?, Critical Inquiry, 1998.
0.18 Greta Nemiroff, Surviving Contradictions, Social Text, 1984.
0.18 Richard Burt Jeffrey Wallen, Knowing Better: Sex Cultural Criticism and the Pedagogical Imperative in the 1990s, Diacritics, 1999.
0.18 Robyn Wiegman Wahneema Lub¡ano Michael Hardt, In the Afterlife of the Duke Case, Social Text, 2007.
0.18 Terry Caesar, The Green Bean Campaign in the Memo, New Literary History, 1995.
0.17 Ann Pellegrini, Pedagogy's Turn: Observations on Students Teachers and Transference-Love, Critical Inquiry, 1999.
0.17 Duncan Kennedy, Boola!, Social Text, 1996.
0.17 Stephen Cushman, Make New Professors but Keep the Old, New Literary History, 1995.
0.17 Chandra Talpade Mohanty, On Race and Voice: Challenges for Liberal Education in the 1990s, Cultural Critique, 1989.
0.17 Elizabeth Freeman, "Monsters Inc": Notes on the Neoliberal Arts Education, New Literary History, 2005.
0.16 Jerome McGann, Culture and Technology: The Way We Live Now What Is to Be Done?, New Literary History, 2005.
0.16 Robin D. G. Kelley, The Proletariat Goes to College, Social Text, 1996.
0.16 Edward W. Said, Response to Stanley Fish, Critical Inquiry, 1983.
0.16 Michael E. Gorman Julia K. Kagiwada, Invention Design and Discovery: A Transdisciplinary Quest, New Literary History, 1995.
0.16 Vincent Lloyd Zia Mian, Notes from the Princeton Divestment Campaign, Social Text, 2003.
0.16 William V. Spanos, The Uses and Abuses of Certainty: A Caviling Overture, boundary 2, 1984.
0.16 Eric Hayot, Against Periodization; or On Institutional Time, New Literary History, 2011.
0.16 Emily Hacker Ira Yankwitt, Education Job Skills or Workfare: The Crisis Facing Adult Literacy Education Today, Social Text, 1997.
0.16 George Drury, No Answer, Social Text, 1984.
0.16 John Wilhelm, A Short History of Unionization at Yale, Social Text, 1996.
0.16 Geoffrey H. Hartman, A Short History of Practical Criticism, New Literary History, 1979.
0.16 Tania Modleski, Fight the Power: A Response to Jane Gallop James Kincaid and Ann Pellegrini, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
0.16 Mario Biagioli, Postdisciplinary Liaisons: Science Studies and the Humanities, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.16 Michael Bérubé, Reply to Mark Bauerlein, boundary 2, 2000.
0.16 Murray Krieger, The School of Criticism and Theory: An Allegorical History, New Literary History, 1994.
0.16 , Introduction, Critical Inquiry, 2008.
0.15 Ronald Paulson, English Literary History at the Johns Hopkins University, New Literary History, 1970.
0.15 Kristin Ross, The World Literature and Cultural Studies Program, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.15 Karl Kroeber Jack Salzman, An Interview with Jack Salzman Director of the Columbia University Center for American Culture Studies, boundary 2, 1992.
0.15 Vicente L. Rafael, The Cultures of Area Studies in the United States, Social Text, 1994.
0.15 John Carlos Rowe, Post-Nationalism Globalism and the New American Studies, Cultural Critique, 1998.
0.15 William V. Spanos, The End of Education: "The Harvard Core Curriculum Report" and the Pedagogy of Reformation, boundary 2, 1982.
0.15 Tom Moylan, People or Markets: Some Thoughts on Culture and Corporations in the University of the Twenty-First Century, Social Text, 1995.
0.15 Toby Miller, Actually Existing Journal-Ism, Social Text, 1997.
0.15 , Erratum: Sexual Difference as Model: An Ethics for the Global Future, Diacritics, 1998.
0.15 George Yúdice, The Privatization of Culture, Social Text, 1999.
0.15 Robert von Hallberg, Covering the Arts, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.15 Shaobo Xie Fengzhen Wang, Chinese Education in the Era of Capitalist Globalization, boundary 2, 2008.
0.15 Carol Camp Yeakey, Social Change through the Humanities: An Essay on the Politics of Literacy and Culture in American Society, New Literary History, 1990.
0.15 Walter Jackson Bate, To the Editor of "Critical Inquiry", Critical Inquiry, 1983.
0.15 , Erratum: Other Stories, Social Text, 1990.
0.14 J. Hillis Miller, Literary Study among the Ruins, Diacritics, 2001.
0.14 Heinz Ickstadt, A Letter from Berlin, Critical Inquiry, 1991.
0.14 Domna C. Stanton, Editor's Column on Multiple Submissions, New Literary History, 1997.
0.14 Michael W. Apple, Curriculum and the Labor Process: The Logic of Technical Control, Social Text, 1982.
0.14 , Correction: Ontology and Equivocation: Derrida's Politics of Sexual Difference, Diacritics, 1995.
0.14 , Interdisciplinarity, Social Text, 2009.
0.14 Yannis Ritsos N. C. Germanacos, Right to the End, boundary 2, 1973.
0.14 Hugh J. Silverman, Textuality and the University, boundary 2, 1985.
0.14 Christopher Newfield, What Was Political Correctness? Race the Right and Managerial Democracy in the Humanities, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.14 Edward W. Said, Identity Authority and Freedom: The Potentate and the Traveler, boundary 2, 1994.
0.14 Jeffrey J. Williams, The Rise of the Theory Journal, New Literary History, 2009.
0.14 Calvin Woodard, Reply to Richard Harvey Brown, New Literary History, 1986.
0.14 Michael Geyer, Multiculturalism and the Politics of General Education, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
0.14 Wayne C. Booth, Pluralism in the Classroom, Critical Inquiry, 1986.
0.14 John T. Casteen III, Ralph Cohen and New Literary History, New Literary History, 2009.
0.14 Mas'ud Zavarzadeh Donald Morton, Theory Pedagogy Politics: The Crisis of "The Subject" in the Humanities, boundary 2, 1986.
0.13 Betina Zolkower, Math Fictions: What Really Solves the Problem?, Social Text, 1995.
0.13 Ward Churchill, The Myth of Academic Freedom: Personal Experiences of a Liberal Principle in the Neoconservative Era (Fragments of a Work in Progress), Social Text, 2007.
0.13 Jim Merod, The Wisdom of Our Violent Knowledge: Postmodern Economics and Academic Cyberspace, boundary 2, 1994.
0.13 Stanley Fish, Anti-Professionalism, New Literary History, 1985.
0.13 , Erratum: Short-Prose, Social Text, 1990.
0.13 John McCumber, Time in the Ditch: American Philosophy and the McCarthy Era, Diacritics, 1996.
0.13 Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht Rita Felski, The Inspirational Power of a Shy Philosopher, New Literary History, 2008.
0.13 Jean Bollack Paula Pavlovich, Opening Remarks, boundary 2, 1983.
0.13 Lowry Nelson_ Jr., Notes and Exchanges, Critical Inquiry, 1978.
0.12 Eli Mandel Ernest H. Winter, First Political Speech, boundary 2, 1973.
0.12 , Editorial Note, Critical Inquiry, 2011.
0.12 Dominick La Capra, Yes Yes Yes Yes Well Maybe: Response to Nicholas Royle, Critical Inquiry, 1999.
0.12 Bill V. Mullen, Blacklist Redux: W E B Du Bois and the Price of Academic Freedom, Social Text, 2007.
0.12 David Bleich, New Academic History, New Literary History, 2009.
0.12 Malini Johar Schueller, Area Studies and Multicultural Imperialism: The Project of Decolonizing Knowledge, Social Text, 2007.
0.12 Rey Chow, An Addiction from Which We Never Get Free, New Literary History, 2005.
0.12 Benjamin Reiss, Madness after Virginia Tech: From Psychiatric Risk to Institutional Vulnerability, Social Text, 2010.
0.12 Bill Brown, Counting (Art and Discipline), Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.12 J. Hillis Miller, Moving Critical Inquiry On, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.12 Ralph Cohen Jeffrey L. Williams, History and Change: An Interview with Ralph Cohen, New Literary History, 2009.
0.12 Rick Wolff, Why Provoke This Strike? Yale and the U S Economy, Social Text, 1996.
0.12 Jonathan Beck, After New Literary History and Theory? Notes on the MLA Hit Parade and the Currencies of Academic Exchange, New Literary History, 1995.
0.11 Kristin Ross, Rancière and the Practice of Equality, Social Text, 1991.
0.11 Michael Denning, Money Changes Everything: The Divestment Bockade at Columbia Inc, Social Text, 1985.
0.11 Harry Harootunian, Theory’s Empire: Reflections on a Vocation for Critical Inquiry, Critical Inquiry, 2004.
0.11 Rome J. Hartman, [Reply to Annette Kolodny], New Literary History, 1996.
0.11 Sandy Petrey, When Did Literature Stop Being Cultural?, Diacritics, 1998.
0.11 Mark McGurl, The Program Era: Pluralisms of Postwar American Fiction, Critical Inquiry, 2005.
0.11 Niels Strandskov, "Who's the Guy?" (From the Unproduced Musical "How to Get Ahead in Philosophy without Really Lying"), Cultural Critique, 2008.
0.11 Jonathan Arac, Reckoning with New Literary History, New Literary History, 2009.
0.11 Andrew Ross, The Mental Labor Problem, Social Text, 2000.
0.11 W. J. T. Mitchell, Art Fate and the Disciplines: Some Indicators, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.11 Janice M. Irvine, Doing It with Words: Discourse and the Sex Education Culture Wars, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
0.11 Reingard Nethersole, The Priceless Interval: Theory in the Global Interstice, Diacritics, 2001.
0.11 Modhumita Roy, "Englishing" India: Reinstituting Class and Social Privilege, Social Text, 1994.
0.11 W. Drake McFeely, VI, Critical Inquiry, 2009.
0.11 Marc Redfield, Introduction: Theory Globalization Cultural Studies and the Remains of the University, Diacritics, 2001.
0.11 Michael Bérubé, Bite Size Theory: Popularizing Academic Criticism, Social Text, 1993.
0.11 Donald Morton, Multiple Submissions and the Institutional Power/Knowledge Network, New Literary History, 1997.
0.11 John E. Jordan, Literary History at Berkeley, New Literary History, 1971.
0.10 William V. Spanos, Theory in the Undergraduate English Curriculum: Towards an Interested Pedagogy, boundary 2, 1989.
0.10 Lisa Ruddick, Professional Harassment, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
0.10 Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Slow and Brilliant: Reactions to Geoffrey Galt Harpham's Diagnosis of the Humanities Today, New Literary History, 2005.
0.10 Mary Schmidt Campbell, New Trends in Cultural Policy for the Twenty-First Century, Social Text, 1999.
0.10 Paul Kameen, Composition: Inscribing the Field, boundary 2, 1985.
0.10 , Literary Theory in the United States: A Survey, New Literary History, 1983.
0.10 Mark Edmundson, Humanities Past Present--and Future, New Literary History, 2005.