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The Corporate Professor

I highly recommend the Spring 2012 edition of The Hedgehog Review, which is becoming one of my favorite magazines. The issue dedicates a large chunk of space to an engaging roundtable discussion on “The Corporate Professor.” Given current trends in academia, made evident in the recent firing of University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan for protecting “obscure academic departments” like classics and German, instead of buying into “strategic dynamism,” whatever that is, the Hedgehog roundtable is timely. (It’s also somewhat ironic given that The Hedgehog Review is published by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the, yep, University Read more