Category: Interventions

“Passing through”: Stories from thirty years of adjunct teaching in art history and social justice

Sharon Irish | April 2012 — I will be 60 years old in November of 2012. I identify as white, female, heterosexual and middle-class, and I try to be cognizant of these social locations. I grew up in a mobile, middle-class family, the youngest of three daughters. My father was a sociology professor; my mother, who was the family anchor… Read more →

An approach to integrating anarchist-communist politics into introductory physical geography

by Turiddu Kronstadt — When hired at an entry level university post, whether postgraduate, precarious, or tenure-track, one is often confronted with teaching courses beyond one’s background and/or interests (besides a complete lack of or very limited institutionalised pedagogical experience). That was somewhat the situation for me when I started teaching entire courses by myself under the ever deceptive title… Read more →