Avis de parution: “Scholactivisme: Reflections on Transforming Praxis Inside and Outside the Classroom”, Works and Days, vol. 33-34, 2016-2017

HiSoPo vous informe de la parution du vol. 33-34 de la revue  Works and Days, en collaboration avec Cultural Logic, intitulé “Scholactivisme: Reflections on Transforming Praxis Inside and Outside the Classroom”. Vous y trouverez notamment un entretien avec Ricardo Antunes, Pietro Basso, Michael Löwy, José Paulo Neto et Leo Panitch où l’on traite du concept d’intellectuel.


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CONTENTS

Table of Contents and Marc Bousquet’s “Here We Come”

Joseph G. Ramsey: “Introducing Scholactivism: Reflections on Transforming Praxis in and beyond the Classroom”

Conversations with Activist Scholars

Edward J. Carvalho with Ward Churchill: “The Activist Scholar: A Responsibility ‘to confront and dismantle'”

Babak Amini: “Scholactivism: A Roundtable Interview with Ricardo Antunes, Pietro Basso, Patrick Bond, Michael Lowy, Jose Paulo Netto, and Leo Panitch”

Carl Grey Martin and Modhumita Roy with Marcus Rediker: “Narrative Resistance”

Defining and Contesting the Terms and Terrain of “Schol-Activism”

Toby Miller: “We Are All Activists Now”

Patrick Colm Hogan: “Politically Engaged Scholars: An Analytic of Positions and Norms”

The MLA Subconference Committee: Bennett Carpenter, Laura Goldblatt, Lenora Hanson, Karim Wissa, and Andrew Yale: ”

Resisting Neoliberalism in the University–Classes, Campuses, Communities

Jeffrey Noonan: “Resolving the Contradictions of Academic Unionism”

Gary Zabel: “Critical Revolutionary Praxis in the Neoliberal University”

Bradley Freeman: “Better Days Ahead: Teaching Revolutionary Futures and Protesting the Present”

John Maerhofer: “Lukacs, Mariategui, and the Dialectical Roots of Edu-Activism”

Stephen Ferguson and Gregory Meyerson: “Shred of Truth: Antinomy and Synechdoche in the Work of Ta-Nehisi Coates”

Ian Butcher: “Student Evaluations, Neoliberal Managerialism, and Networks of Mistrust”

Learning in the Shadow of State Terror: A Poetic Interlude

Demetrius Noble: “‘I am Not that Corpse: A Working Praxis for Black Lives Matter,’ ‘A Martyr without a Cause, or Much Ado about Trayvon,’ ‘Homecoming'”

Jill McDonough: “‘Amos D. Squire, Chief Physician of Sing Sing, 1914-25,’ ‘Joe Hill’s Prison,’ ‘Coffee Everyone,’ ‘Blackwater,’ ‘Women’s Prison Every Week,’ ‘Where You Live,’ ‘Dear Gaybashers'”

Virtual Universities, Digital Activists, and their Discontents

Ali Shezhad Zaidi: “The Promise and Peril of the Virtual University”

Efadul Huq and Xavier Best: “Untangling the Scholactivist Web”

Sophia A. McClennen: “What’s Wrong with Slactivism? Confronting the Neoliberal Assault on Millennials”

Doing What We Can from Where We Are: Personal Histories and Case Studies

Jeffrey DiLeo: “Top Cover: On Administrative Activism in the Neoliberal Academy”

Katie Hogan: “Complicit: On Being a WGSS Program Director in the Neoliberal University”

Vincent B. Leitch: “Letter on Scholactivism: To Graduate 411 Students and Young Colleagues”

Marisol Cortez: “Occupy Los Intersticios! Or, In Defense of Carbon-Free Unicorns”

Tony Van der Meer: “Fighting to be Different in the Academy”

Kim Emery: “Rights and Rebellion: The Faculty Role, Revisited”

Learning from Those who Taught Us: Tributes

Victor Wallis: “Richard Levins and Dialectical Thinking”

Joel Woller, Courtney Maloney, and Charles Cunningham: “On the Ground with David Demarest: Toward a Methodology of Scholar Activism”

Christopher Craig: “John Trudell and the Spirit of Life”


Pour plus de détails, veuillez vous rendre sur le site de la revue à l’adresse ULR suivante: http://www.worksanddays.net/W&D%202016-2017.html