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The Imperial University : academic repression and scholarly dissent

Author: Piya Chatterjee; Sunaina Maira; Thomas Abowd
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : University of Minnesota Press, 2014 2014
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Piya Chatterjee; Sunaina Maira; Thomas Abowd
ISBN: 9780816680900 0816680906 9780816680894 0816680892 9781452941837 1452941831
OCLC Number: 913842635
Description: 1 online resource (394 pages) : illustrations
Contents: ContentsIntroduction. The Imperial University: Race, War, and the Nation-StatePiya Chatterjee and Sunaina MairaI. Imperial Cartographies1. New Empire, Same University? Education in the American Tropics after 1898Victor Bascara2. Militarizing Education: The Intelligence Community's Spy CampsRoberto J. Gonzalez3. Challenging Complicity: The Neoliberal University and the Prison-Industrial ComplexJulia C. OparahII. Academic Containment4. Neoliberalism, Militarization, and the Price of Dissent: Policing Protest at the University of CaliforniaFarah Godrej5. Faculty Governance at the University of Southern CaliforniaLaura Pulido6. The BDS Movement and Violations of Academic Freedom at Wayne State UniversityThomas Abowd7. Decolonizing Chicano Studies in the Shadows of the University's "Heteropatriracial" OrderAna Clarissa Rojas DurazoIII. Manifest Knowledges8. Normatizing State Power: Uncritical Ethical Praxis and ZionismSteven Salaita9. Nobody Mean More: Black Feminist Pedagogy and SolidarityAlexis Pauline Gumbs10. Teaching outside Liberal-Imperial Discourse: A Critical Dialogue about Antiracist FeminismsSylvanna Falcon, Sharmila Lodhia, Molly Talcott, and Dana Collins11. Citation and Censure: Pinkwashing and the Sexual Politics of Talking about IsraelJasbir PuarIV. Heresies and Freedoms12. Within and Against the Imperial University: Reflections on Crossing the LineNicholas De Genova13. Teaching by CandlelightVijay Prashad14. UCOP versus R. Dominguez -The FBI Interview: A One-Act Play a la Jean GenetRicardo DominguezAcknowledgmentsContributorsIndex


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