[csaa-forum] Nick Couldry and Angela McRobbie on the death of the university: join the debate in Culture Machine

Gary Hall gary.hall at connectfree.co.uk
Thu Nov 18 19:43:29 CST 2010

Culture Machine invites its readers to join the debate called for by 
Nick Couldry and Angela McRobbie in their short article ‘The Death of 
the University, English Style’ - now available in the Culture Machine 

http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/article/view/417/429 (html 
http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/article/view/417/430 (pdf 

We are seeking contributions in the form of short think pieces, or 
micro-essays, of 500-1000 words on any aspect of:

- the future of higher education in England and the UK;
- the position of the arts, humanities and social sciences within the 
- the role and nature of the university in a democratic society.

Please email all contributions to Gary Hall at <gary at garyhall.info>, 
remembering to include your full name and academic affiliation (if any). 
If, for institutional or other reasons, you would prefer to have your 
piece published anonymously, we would be happy to accommodate this.

All contributions will be reviewed by the Editorial Board on a rolling 
basis, with those accepted for publication being made immediately 
available on the Culture Machine site.

Culture Machine is part of Open Humanities Press

For more information, visit the Culture Machine site at:

Gary Hall
Research Professor of Media and Performing Arts
School of Art and Design, Coventry University
Co-editor of Culture Machine
Co-founder of the Open Humanities Press
Website http://www.garyhall.info

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