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by PopMatters Staff
by Michael Bérubé
The Chronicle of Higher Education (14 September 2009)

“In the spring, I was asked to participate in a plenary panel at the Cultural Studies Association (U.S.), and the opportunity led me to rethink the history of the field. The session’s title was “The University After Cultural Studies.” As is my wont on such occasions, I decided to take issue with the idea that the field has had such an impact on American higher education that we can talk about the university after cultural studies.”


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