Each Against All: Neoliberalism and Higher Education, Part 3

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For Part Two, click HERE.

In the first two parts of this series, I looked at both the larger philosophical climate and specific historical context for neoliberalism, its emergence, and its growing domination of our political-economic-cultural landscape. Having established that neoliberalism, in the words of Henry Giroux, sustains “a form of economic Darwinism” in and for institutions of higher education, it’s time to examine what that means for our own practice. How has neoliberalism shaped higher education, and what do the answers to that question mean for our work with and among students? Continue reading “Each Against All: Neoliberalism and Higher Education, Part 3”