Thinking Outside the Academy / by Brian Prugh

From left to right: Nick Gelpi, Jan Verwoert, Benjamin Bratton, and Michael Hardt. Photo: Luis Eligio.

From left to right: Nick Gelpi, Jan Verwoert, Benjamin Bratton, and Michael Hardt. Photo: Luis Eligio.

From the essay:

Academics no longer have the luxury to think through problems. ...[I]n order to continue thinking, academics must become productive. In order for their thinking to qualify as production, it must take a very particular form—a form specific to each discipline but one that stamps the work with the seal of credibility. This is what makes it a product.

Read the essay in The Miami Rail or download a PDF.