Thinking Collectively about Academic Labor

By This Rhetorical Life

Podcast transcript in PDF

To the readers of Present Tense and listeners of This Rhetorical Life: We’re happy to have the opportunity to contribute to Present Tense on a topic that we think is important for everyone in higher education: academic labor and creating just working conditions. As you’ll hear in this podcast, academic labor is something that greatly concerns us as graduate students, and we think it’s an important concern for both full-time faculty and contingent faculty. That’s why this podcast features the voices of both full-time (Eileen Schell and Tony Scott are both Associate Professors of Writing and Rhetoric at Syracuse University) and contingent faculty (Jeff Simmons is a Professional Writing Instructor at Syracuse University).

On behalf of the TRL team, thanks for listening!

Ben Kuebrich
bdkuebri [at]

Tamara Issak
tbissak [at]

Karrieann Soto
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Allison Hitt
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Jana Rosinski
jrosinsk [at]

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