Wednesday, October 21, 2020

The COVID-19 Crisis: Fall 2020 Issue of AAUP's ACademe Magazine


I am delighted to share the articles in the Fall 2020 issue of Academe which describes itself as taking "stock of the crisis that has transformed our lives and the way we work. It features a series of reflections on faculty life during the pandemic as well as articles that look ahead to the near- and long-term challenges of the COVID-19 crisis in higher education."

Links to the articles and essays follow.




Faculty perspectives on the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID-19, racial violence, and the management of death.
By Benjamin Balthaser and Bill V. Mullen

What should our postpandemic future look like?
By Michael Meranze

An economic prescription for change.
By Jeffrey Sommers, Mark Blyth, James Galbraith, and Luz Sosa

The pandemic’s toll on women faculty caregivers.
By Mary A. Hermann and Cheryl Neale-McFall

Silver-tongued administrators and pissed-off professors.
By Cathryn Bailey

Liberal Education after the Pandemic (online only)
A health emergency demands a new perspective on higher education.
By James Buckwalter-Arias

Learning through the Pandemic (online only)
Transactional online education is failing our students.
By Robin A. Harper and Michael Orlando Sharpe

How (Not) to Corporatize a University (online only)
Corporate culture is incompatible with shared governance.
By Dane Kennedy

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