A Defense of Academic Twitter

At Inside Higher Ed, I have a how-to guide to academic Twitter with a prologue on academic precarity and public engagement. “Precarity helped create the new public scholar,” I argue: “in a twist of fate, the success of contingent voices in finding an audience for their work may have now helped to raise expectations for those occupying scarce tenure-track jobs.” Also, how to be the Wittgenstein of Twitter.

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