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Pushing Back on Contingency in #HigherEd: Josh Boldt Twinterview

 Published on February 14, 2013 /  Written by /  0

On Tuesday, February 5, 2013, Josh Boldt joined Pete Rorabaugh on Twitter for an hour-long discussion of his work. Boldt, a lecturer in English at the University of Georgia and founder of the Adjunct Project, has made quite a name for himself in the last year. From attending the New Faculty Majority Summit in January 2012 to being an invited speaker at MLA’s Presidential Forum “Avenues of Access: Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Members and American Higher Education” in Boston last month, Boldt spent 2012 at the nexus of a central problem in higher education — reliance on and conditions for adjunct faculty.

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