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FORUM Call for Articles: Academic Freedom & Non-Tenure-Track Positions

The editor of FORUM is seeking short articles (1,800-4,000 words) considering the impact that contingency has on academic freedom.

Essays should acknowledge the current disciplinary conversation and may address the call in a variety of ways, including but not limited to contingency’s effects on

  • pedagogical or curricular choices
  • research focus and opportunities
  • engagement with departmental or university committees or service
  • collegiality
  • public engagement

Please submit manuscripts for consideration electronically to editor Amy Lynch-Biniek at

Write “FORUM: Academic Freedom” in your subject line.

Submissions should include the following information:

  • your name
  • your title(s)
  • your institution(s)
  • home address and phone number; institutional address(es), and phone number(s)
  • if applicable, venue(s) where submission was presented on previously (previously published submissions will not be considered)

Note: submissions will not be returned.

Deadline for submissions is August 15, 2017.

Learn more at /cccc/forum/write

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