Why I Don’t Blog As Much Anymore

There have been a spate of posts lately about why scholars blog. This is not a new genre. People have been encouraging academics to blog for almost a decade now. But as Russell McCutcheon, Thomas Whitley, Adam Miller, and Steven Ramey show, scholars are still thinking about whether or not they should blog and what … Continue reading Why I Don’t Blog As Much Anymore

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Tenured Radical on Tenure Reform: Make It Public

I'm still a long ways away from worrying about tenure but I would love to see this sort of process when I get there. Therefore, in my view, any real tenure reform has to address the problem of high-stakes evaluations that are done in private.  Secrecy actually permits institutional inequality to thrive, because no one … Continue reading Tenured Radical on Tenure Reform: Make It Public