Union busting is democracy busting. Inverted totalitarianism: contexts of the entrepreneurial university. Nair on going actually radical. Axé.
I am so tired of having to psychoanalyze myself and also of finding that I keep coming to the same conclusions yet do not progress, or progress so slowly. In any case my insight, new for today is that a great part of my struggle here has to do with not having come here by my … More Insight du jour — once again
How to get them out. Axé.
I learned that the national domestic violence hotline is the best one, and the New Orleans family justice center is the best place. I learned about this book, Why does he do that, that is the most serious one I have seen. Most importantly, I learned about Creative Interventions. Axé.
I told you language was key. Dispossession, infantilization, and depoliticization are central to the discourse of neoliberalism in which language is central to moulding identities, desires, values, and social relationships. Within this fog of market-induced paralysis, language is subject to the laws of the capitalism, reduced to a commodity, and subject to the “tyranny of … More Language and the entrepreneurial university
I will start an Evernote page for all the references for this article. That, at the very least. Axé.
This is his current blog, and I think we should invite him. Axé.
To reread today, chère, along with that Wacquant piece on neoliberalspeak. Axé.
I really should print and send that contract, in addition to other bureaucratic things. Axé.
1. I need some grounding techniques for when grief / pain / fear take over. One of the main ones is to remember I am a person and I have rights, and that I might not automatically be wrong or be guilty. 2. I take on entirely too much responsibility for everything, and really need … More What I learned today