The Pecuniary Animus of the University

After some time, and somewhat shorter (tighter) edited to be less of a devotional prayer for Thorstein Bunde Veblen, this piece – The Pecuniary Animus of the University – is out with Education Philosophy and Theory. Look out for more soon.

Thanks to the many who helped get this together with good advice, critique and suggestions. Its taken a while, but all to the good.

Screen Shot 2020-03-04 at 11.05.28

 

 

This just in from Taylor & Francis. I comply, with a wink and a nod, but email if the 50 run out and I will work out a way…

“Want to tell others you’re published? Use your free eprints today
Every author at Routledge (including all co-authors) gets 50 free online copies of their article to share with friends and colleagues as soon as their article is published. Your eprint link is now ready to use and is:

https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/REBTG2ZTTJJDJ9VYDMPB/full?target=10.1080/00131857.2020.1735357

Twitter   Facebook   email

You can paste this into your emails, on social media, or anywhere else you’d like others to read your article. Author feedback tells us this is a highly effective way of highlighting your research. Using this link also means we can track your article’s downloads and citations, so you can measure its impact.