Nicholas Ruiz on Tue, 5 Apr 2005 05:40:15 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Copyleft and Tenure: Towards a Network Model

Not to mention the adjuncting/TA phenomenon of the academic field--itself 
a function of a dividing and conquering of academia by and for
Capital--tenure isn't even an issue in the materializing temp labor


On Mon, 04 Apr 2005 01:18:06 -0400 Trebor Scholz wrote:

> Copyleft and Tenure: Towards a Network Model
> Interview with Joline Blais and Jon Ippolito
> Trebor Scholz: The academic legitimization of the wide variety of new
> media research practices is a widely discussed topic. From the
> collaborating media artist to the media critic who publishes online,
> content sharing does not always further tenure processes. More often
> than not, the notion of open access is at odds with the business logic
> of the university. Can debates about tenure, for example, lead to the
> development of models that have value also outside of academe?

Nicholas Ruiz III
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Interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities 
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