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Precarity and dehumanisation in higher education
Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences
The increased reliance of universities on a pool of highly skilled but poorly paid casualised academic labour for teaching and research has emerged as a defining feature of higher education provision under neoliberal New Public Management. Based on seventeen visual timeline interviews with academics in the North East of England, this article augments and extends existing studies of precarity through a framing of dehumanisation and humanisation. Specifically, we suggest that casualisation isdoi:10.3167/latiss.2021.140103 fatcat:svuhyf76wvc4fnjrh3hlk2uxee