The Fallacies of Representative Personhood

A conversation with a colleague this week reminded me about the fallacies of Representative Personhood that inhere to ways of being in the academy that evacuate political agency for proletarian producers of knowledge. Oso Raro’s piece from Inside Higher Ed speaks to this vis-à-vis the traditional “self-assesment” narrative.
Self-Assessment: Academe and Me

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The Fallacies of Representative Personhood

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