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E+S: O'Keefe, Courtois and Crew - Shared screen with speaker view
Zach Roche
45:01
Really interesting talk, could I ask a question
Tom Boland
45:22
Sure - Q&A in a moment...
Tina Hearn
57:40
'is precarity a permanent feature of the university' do you think that the broader and increasing shift towards rentierism in the economy signals that it is?
Lennita
01:01:08
A question to Teresa Crew: I wonder if using categories like 'academic potential' or 'the best and the brighter' does not reproduce elitist ideas that are directly involved in legitimising class inequality both inside and outside academia? Are those terms in any way different from 'talent' and, if so, how?
Doris Murphy
01:02:06
Grading essays for €2.26 per essay is a perfect example...
nualafenton
01:04:44
Its a major factor in arts world work also
Doris Murphy
01:06:09
So you would need to be doing one essay every 13 minutes to make minimum wage, and supposed to give nurturing feedback to first year students who haven't ever been on campus... It's not minimum wage work!
Lennita
01:21:08
I would like to ask Theresa and Aline if they have any thoughts on interenationalisation? You mentioned most precarious employed are migrant women – how does that relates to flows of peoples and theories in international/neo-colonial academia?Also, you hinted the Cush Report may have made things worst – could you elaborate, please?
Doris Murphy
01:22:55
And if you are expected to be "mobile" for research funding, how do you even set up home, not to mind say get a mortgage?
Tina Hearn
01:24:05
Thank you Aline!
millie light
01:24:08
This has been such a good presentation/discussion - thank you.
Aline Courtois
01:25:06
assetization - Janja Koljmenovic (Lancaster) - also Mariya Ivancheva looking at digitalisation / employment practices of EdTech working with/in HE.
Michael Tobin
01:25:22
Great presentation. Thanks Aline, Teresa and Theresa.
Lennita
01:25:35
Thank you, yes
Teresa
01:26:16
Ty Lennita :-)
Ponti
01:27:54
Great presentation and very relevant research topic. Thanks Aline, Teresa and Theresa
Lennita
01:29:27
Very meaningful, thanks.
Elizabeth Creed
01:29:48
Thank you Theresa, Teresa, Aline - interesting presentations and discussion.
Arianna (she/they)
01:30:04
thinking of the mass redundancies of precarious teaching assistants and researchers (many of whom will have their first, or a further, experience of claiming social security benefits) – do you think that has nourished any potential for the development of alternative spaces of knowledge exchange, outside academia? and alternative tools for accessing research material?
Verdi Ahern
01:30:05
thank you all very much, a very enjoyable session.
Arianna (she/they)
01:31:02
covid related redundancies
Teresa
01:32:21
We at Bangor are still going through ‘covid’ related redundancies, but it reality it is due to mismanagement in the institution and the desire to by big shiny buildings (that have not been used during covid!)
Amin Sharifi Isaloo
01:33:01
Thank you Theresa, Teresa, Aline and organisers :)
Arianna (she/they)
01:34:30
thanks!
Tina Hearn
01:34:32
Many thanks for a really interesting session, really enjoyed it!
Lennita
01:34:41
Very interesting presentations, thanks a million!
Ray Griffin
01:34:47
Great presentations and conversation. Thanks Aline, Teresa and Theresa.
Kieran Keohane
01:35:22
Thanks everyone, very interesting, very good work!
P Meaney
01:35:32
Great presentations! Thank you