Pedagogical Considerations in Light of Protest and a Pandemic

By James Anderson   Finishing work at the end of this last academic term resulted, for me, in two realizations. First, I fucked up (more on this later). Second, the existing higher education system, and the socioeconomic system within which it operates, is even more soul crushing and sick than I previously grasped. The realizations … Read More

NAB Podcast: Dylan Rodriguez on Contested Revolutionary Spaces in Higher Education

How has the legacy of state terror and racial genocide shaped higher education in the United States? Given our history, what opportunities exist to support revolutionary organizing work within institutions of higher learning? How do emergent disciplines committed to exploring social reproduction and terrains of struggle – such as Ethnic Studies (and its subfields), Critical … Read More