Marc Bousquet (BA, Yale, PhD, CUNY) is Associate Professor of English. His personal home page archives his teaching and research.
His interests include digital pedagogy, writing studies, and participatory culture. His current research surveys the relationship between schooling and participatory culture. The study ranges from the Jacksonian era to the present, where participation is often electronically mediated. He is also preparing a collection on the future of the doctorate in English studies [PDF].
He is the author of How the University Works: Higher Education and the Low-Wage Nation [PDF] (NYU Press,2008), a frequent contributor to The Chronicle of Higher Education, co-editor of The Politics of Information: The Electronic Mediation of Social Change (Alt-X, 2004), and coeditor of Tenured Bosses and Disposable Teachers (SIUP, 2004). He founded Workplace: A Journal of Academic Labor and serves on the editorial board of several journals, such as as AAUP's Academe.
- We are All Roman Porn Stars Now
- Don't Follow Leaders
- Is Hershey A Work-Study Scapegoat?
- Sympathy for Eichmann?
- Robots Are Grading Your Papers!
- Citizens Smarter Than NYT and Washington Post, Again
- Beyond Yeshiva: NLRB Takes on Both Church and State
- Parents and Teachers, the Alienated Democratic Base
- NBC's Education Nation: Policy Summit or Puppet Show?
- Stimulating Higher Ed
- Who's A Historian to the AHA?
- To the AHA: Huh?
- History Job Czar Shuts Down PhD Production ("Oversupply" Continues for Two Decades)
- When 'Bad' is Right
- Like the Wire? You're Living It
- No Problem with Student Debt?
- NYT Offers Dianetics For Higher Ed
- Cushy for Whom?
- Asking Whether Presidents Are Overpaid is the Wrong Question [PDF]