9/22/2019: “Killjoys, Academic Citizenship, and the Politics of Getting Along”

Today’s feature is “Killjoys, Academic Citizenship, and the Politics of Getting Along,” a roundtable conversation between Heather Igloliorte, Alice Ming Wai Jim, Erin Morton, Charmaine A. Nelson, Cheli Nighttraveller, AJ Ripley, Carla Taunton, Tamara Vukov, Susan Cahill, and Kristy A. Holmes published in TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies.

Quote: “In the neoliberal academy, as workload expectations continue to spiral upwards, the notion of good “academic citizenship” is invoked to discipline those scholars whose commitments are not exclusively to the academy.” (p. 190)

Citation:

Heather Igloliorte, Alice Ming Wai Jim, Erin Morton, Charmaine A. Nelson, Cheli Nighttraveller, AJ Ripley, Carla Taunton, Tamara Vukov, Susan Cahill, and Kristy A. Holmes. “Killjoys, Academic Citizenship, and the Politics of Getting Along.” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, no. 38, 2017, pp. 187-208.

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