Financing the Corporate University.
Gender Segmentation in Teacher Work.
Theories of Mental Labor.
yet for these topics.
Debt and Autonomy.
The Law of Higher Ed.
History of the CGEU.
Monkey-wrenching the Managed U.
The Struggle at Private Universities.
We are in the process of developing the Workplace
special topics into a companion book series. Check back for details. At the
moment, a typical workplace issue consists of four or five feature articles
(10-20 pages print; graphics desirable), one or frequently two interviews accompanied
by 3-6 page essays celebrating the interviewee's contribution to the profession
by friends/colleagues/students of the interviewees, and 2-8 shorter items, frequently
reports on organizing, first person narratives, meeting memoranda, editions
of email exchanges, etc. Items in different formats and media (quicktime video,
audio files, photo essays) are strongly encouraged. About 12 months before the
issue, guest editors usually develop a plan forsoliciting (by open CFP and direct
requests) about 6-7 features and two interviews, together with a concept for
a cluster of shorter items. The general editors and the collective review the
plan and sometimes make suggestions, and then the issue is in the guest editors'
hands until about six weeks before the release date, at which point we like
to have the copyedited material in hand. The general editors will typically
add a few timely shorter items to the "breaking news" column.