Nbr. 99, June - June 2014
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- The decline of the professions: introduction.
- Looking back and a little forward: reflections on professionalism and teaching as a profession.
- Turning doctors into employees.
- Candor and the politics of law teaching.
- A personal reflection on law teaching, or how I became an establishment insider on the outside.
- A hacker in every history department: an intelligent radical's guide to the digital humanities.
- Professional decline and resistance: the case of library and archives Canada.
- The sociology of the professions and the problem of journalism education.
- Teaching the professions.
- The American Academic Profession: Transformation in Contemporary Higher Education, Joseph C. Hermanowicz, Editor.
- Empathy Imperiled: Capitalism, Culture and the Brain.
- Logical warrants and the NSA.
- "The site of memory": some riverine thoughts from India.
- News for educational workers.