[New publication] Revisiting the master’s toolset: concerning pedagogy, privilege, and the classroom-to-war room pipeline

Here’s an essay I just had published in the amazing publication, Interface: a journal for and about social movements. I wrote this a year or so ago after receiving yet another email from a student updating me on their post-undergraduate career moves. In my short time teaching, I have written letters of recommendation and served as a reference for quite a few students–some of which went on to work for entities I find less than ethical.

The essay is a bit of playful satire speaking of my place in the university as a contingently-employed, critical terrorism scholar.

To read the essay, visit:

https://www.academia.edu/12864861/_2015_Revisiting_the_master_s_toolset_concerning_pedagogy_privilege_and_the_classroom-to-war_room_pipeline

To check out the course syllabi the essay is based on, you can visit:

https://gmu.academia.edu/MichaelLoadenthal/Teaching-Documents

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