Tag: neoliberal academia

Anglo-American hegemony in contemporary anthropology: Some personal dilemmas

David Berliner , April 23rd, 2021

Disclaimer: Over the last few days, I have had a writing episode. Nothing had come out of my brain for months. I was teaching online and worrying about…


Towards anthropological self-de-confinement #PostCoronaUniversity

Ruy Llera Blanes , June 25th, 2020

While we now seem to be approaching post-confinement, and after the closure of campuses and improvised conversion to online teaching, there has been much discussion regarding the long-term…


You have to strike, assholes!!! #PostCoronaUniversity

Alessandro Chidichimo , June 18th, 2020

You ask, “What concrete actions can we take?” You have to strike, assholes! We need to take the example of Aboubakar Soumaoro in Italy, who organized the 21…


What’s wrong with the ‘power of writing’? A reflection on language in academic research

Estella Carpi , September 26th, 2018

Numerous are by now the accounts that label international academia as ‘neoliberal’, that is, a system which, these days, almost functions like a firm aimed at increasing productivity…