Income Inequality in the History ProfessionHistorians in the News
This video features excerpts from a panel discussion at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians on April 17, 2015. On the video historians analyze the growing gap between full professors who earn a solid middle class income and adjuncts who don't. The video begins with a question posed by OAH President Patty Limerick to the assembled panel. (The OAH will be producing a video featuring the entire panel discussion. It will appear on the OAH website in about a month.)
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