Culture Machine, probably the most innovative open access cultural studies journal around, is hosting a debate on the future of higher education. It's very Important stuff. Check it out!
The Culture Machine debate on the future of higher education in the UK and internationally, and on the position of the arts, humanities and social sciences within the university, continues.
Six new contributions have just been added to the Culture Machine InterZone section:
• ‘The Death of the University, English Style’ by Nick Couldry and Angela McRobbie, both at Goldsmiths, University of London
• ‘Cut the Shock Doctrine: Radicalize Common Sense’ by Paul Bowman, Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University
• ‘Amidst the Culture of Efficiency’ by Sunil Manghani, Critical and Cultural Theory , York St John University
• ‘On the “Death” of the University’ by Jason Rovito, Communication and Culture, York and Ryerson Universities
• 'Education, Education, Education' by Ewa Sidorenko, Education, University of Greenwich
• ‘Diversity and Choice’ by Leon Wainwright, History of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University
To read the pieces, visit the Culture Machine InterZone: http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/issue/view/12
More contributions to follow.
If you still want to join the debate, email your all contribution to Gary Hall at <firstname.lastname@example.org>, remembering to include your full name and academic affiliation (if any). If, for institutional or other reasons, you would prefer to have your piece published anonymously, we would be happy to accommodate this.
All contributions will be reviewed by the Editorial Board on a rolling basis, with those accepted for publication being made immediately available on the Culture Machine site.
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