SPECIAL ISSUE: Academic Freedom, Labor, and Teaching English in the Two-Year College

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SPECIAL ISSUE: Academic Freedom, Labor, and Teaching English in the Two-Year College

Editors’ Introduction: Col(labor)ation: Academic Freedom, Working Conditions, and the Teaching of College English
Amy Lynch-Biniek and Holly Hassel
Abstract: Since this is a special joint issue of TETYC and FORUM, Holly Hassel is joined by the FORUM editor, Amy Lynch-Biniek, in introducing the theme of Academic Freedom, Labor, and Teaching English in the Two-Year College.

Symposium: Academic Freedom, Labor, and Teaching Two-Year College English
Abstract: Howard Tinberg, Patrick Sullivan, and several other two-year college teacher-scholar-activists participate in a dialogic symposium on the topic of the special issue, Academic Freedom, Labor, and Teaching English in the Two-Year College.

Feature: A Critical Time for Reform: Empowering Interventions in a Precarious Landscape
Anthony Warnke and Kirsten Higgins
Abstract: This article defines a principled, critical orientation toward reform initiatives based on two instructors’ experiences as well as interviews with two-year college instructors across the country.

Feature: The Two-Year College Writing Program and Academic Freedom: Labor, Scholarship, and Compassion
Jeffrey Klausman
Abstract: This article looks at faculty views of academic freedom and finds that the views of tenured faculty with programmatic responsibilities are significantly different from those of experienced contingent faculty.

Feature: Finding Freedom at the Composition Threshold: Learning from the Experiences of Dual Enrollment Teachers
Katie McWain
Abstract: This article presents findings from a multisite case study of dual enrollment instructors and administrators in high school–college partnerships, identifying key challenges to teachers’ academic freedom while also exploring the possibilities presented by their liminal institutional positionality.

Special Section FORUM: Issues about Part-Time and Contingent Faculty
Abstract: FORUM: Issues about Part-Time and Contingent Faculty is a peer-reviewed publication concerning working conditions, professional life, activism, and perspectives of non-tenure-track faculty in college.

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