They, and my prison work, flow together in Ruth Wilson Gilmore. Unions and universities are institutions, and you need forms, and you’ve got to organize.
There is more to this but: we lost the revolution, and what was left were the culture wars.
And: the anti-state state, and the anti-university university. This is the key point.
I have found more articles today but this piece is the heart of it all.
UPDATE: AAUP origins, and freedom of speech vs. academic freedom.
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Also: alternative universities, moving beyond being anti-neoliberal and anti-racist: https://www.radicalphilosophy.com/article/universities-after-neoliberalism?fbclid=IwAR1d_hv37aMr6QN4iwTeSb1vuiSO2C5rb2irrEjaiFZfzxHkr18n-mDJs8k