[From the Archives]: How to Win Your Argument in Higher Ed Without Spending One Red Cent

In light of the recent elections and debate over education, we revisit Mary Soliday's "How to Win Your Argument in Higher Ed Without Spending One Red Cent," which first appeared in Issue 63/64 (Spring 2005) of the minnesota review. Soliday taught at the City College of New York, City University of New York for 17 … Continue reading [From the Archives]: How to Win Your Argument in Higher Ed Without Spending One Red Cent

[From the Archives] Redescriptions of Female Masochism

Rita Felski's "Redescriptions of Female Masochism" first appeared in issue 63-64 (Spring/Summer 2005) of the minnesota review. Of the terms bequeathed to us by the fathers of sexology, masochism is one of the most perplexing. Masochism has been depicted as craven submission or as wilful revolt, as a form of radical self-shattering or the epitome … Continue reading [From the Archives] Redescriptions of Female Masochism

(From the Archives) Superserviceable Feminism

Katie Hogan's "Superserviceable Feminism" first appeared in Issue 63-64 (2005) of the minnesota review. In this essay, Hogan problematizes and makes visible the ongoing service work that women conduct in the university economic structure. Women's lives are spent in service and servitude, learning to be superserviceable, being at the service of others, being serviced. We are a service … Continue reading (From the Archives) Superserviceable Feminism