Overwork = Less Creativity? Milking the academic cow dry?

A fascinating piece on the culture of overwork within academia, finishes: We need coalitions of the sane to lead discussions about what can reasonably be expected of academics, to recruit and promote accordingly and to mentor younger academics into a way of thinking that says: “Enough is enough. If you Continue Reading →

Work's Intimacy, a review in @timeshighered

Here’s another on the wishlist!! In a lively and compelling read, Melissa Gregg examines the impact of technologies on the work and lifestyles of employees in the knowledge economy. This book covers a lot of ground in a relatively slim volume, and considers mobile working; part-time and contract working; online Continue Reading →