Doctoral Induction Day
The words above are a patchwork of text I selected from Gill’s (2010) book chapter on the ‘hidden injuries’ of the neoliberal university. Do these feelings characterize contemporary academic work and life? Across critical higher education (HE) research it would seem the answer to this question is an increasingly emphatic ‘yes’.
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