Wednesday, June 11, 2008

    "The Last Professors" an interview has a interview with Frank Donoghue about his book "The Last Professor." While the interview sounds a rather pessimistic (realistic?) view of the future of tenor, the meat of the discussion--alluded to but not explored--is in the "the casualization of the teaching workforce"--which I would have liked way more discussion about.

    What is interesting about the article is that the bulk of the comments focused on the role and nature of tenor, much, I think, to the dismissal of the larger forces at work.

    I think I have more to say, but just not yet.

    Labels: , , , , ,

    Would you like me to read this to you? Listen


    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Future of tenure?

    The future of tenor sounds nice -- who will be the next Pavarotti?

    Thursday, June 19, 2008  

    Post a Comment

    Links to this post:

    Create a Link

    << Home