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adjunct instruction



  • The Secret Lives Of Adjunct Professors

    by Gila Berryman

    "What kind of role model was I? I was a Black woman teaching working-class Black and brown students the importance of learning to write clearly so they could get a good job, yet I couldn’t support myself on my own salary."



  • I'll Retire if My University Pledges to Replace Me

    by Jonathan Zimmerman

    Can senior professors contribute to solving the academic jobs crisis by tying their retirement to pledges by universities to replace them with tenure-track faculty? 



  • History Jobs Stabilized Before COVID-19

    The American Historical Association's pre-COVID numbers on the job market for history PhDs showed a small increase in the number of history faculty positions. It can be assumed that that stability is now gone.