Edward Brudney

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Ed Brudney is Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. He is working on two books, Changing the Rules of the Game: Labor, Law, and Citizenship in Authoritarian Argentina, 1976-1983 & Literacy, Memory, and Spaces of Justice: Exploring Commemorative Events of State Terrorism in Buenos Aires.

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Ed Brudney is Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. He is working on two books, Changing the Rules of the Game: Labor, Law, and Citizenship in Authoritarian Argentina, 1976-1983 & Literacy, Memory, and Spaces of Justice: Exploring Commemorative Events of State Terrorism in Buenos Aires.


“Who can plan their life just one year in advance?”: Non Tenure-Track Labor in Times of Crisis

by on July 29, 2020

This is the second in a series of essays on “Higher Ed Wall-to Wall in Tennessee,” which will continue for the rest of this week. This series of posts highlights voices and union-led campaigns on higher-ed campuses across Tennessee. We hope to offer both a picture of the challenges that we face and perhaps some organizing solutions, particularly to other higher education employees in right-to-work states, to help navigate the shifting academic terrain that we are experiencing in the face of COVID-19.

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Essential or Expendable? Working in Higher Education during COVID-19

This is the first in a series of essays on “Higher Ed Wall-to Wall in Tennessee,” which will continue for the rest of this week. This series of posts highlights voices and union-led campaigns on higher-ed campuses across Tennessee. We hope to offer both a picture of the challenges that we face and perhaps some organizing solutions, particularly to other higher education employees in right-to-work states, to help navigate the shifting academic terrain that we are experiencing in the face of COVID-19.

Read more →