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August 19th, 2019 2:05:49 pm

Art, Critique, and Superfluousness: The Psychic Violence of the Optimized Academy

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Zach Kaiser
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https://futureu.education/uncategorized/art-critique-and-superfluousness-the-psychic-violence-of-the-optimized-academy/

Abstract

This (admittedly speculative) post deals with some of the intrinsic conflicts that come with participating in academia with the belief that one is helping make the world a better place — which is one reason that many of us come to academia. Some faculty understand that all is not as it seems, despite our best intentions, and, quite often, despite our best efforts. In light of the ongoing austerity measures hampering public higher education and the quest for optimization in which universities and their faculties are increasingly engaged, I hope to examine the affective dimension of this conflict and its impact on our actions as scholars, teachers, and citizens of the world.

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Future U

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8.15.2019

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