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How should the university press role in hiring and promotion change?

In 2002, Stephen Greenblatt warned that the increasing reluctance to publish monographs would "damage a generation of young scholars." Was his prediction borne out?

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This shift away from publishing monographs parallels a much more damaging decline in tenure and the increased reliance on contingent faculty labor. The problem for a young scholar isn’t getting published. It is getting a job that affords time to...

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