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  • Author(s): Doyle, J
  • Editor(s): Lotringer, S
  • Kraus, C
  • El-Kholti, H
  • et al.
Abstract

Each administrative digest of “an incident” fracks an encounter between subjects to convert an outrage into a policy. Anger is turned into violence; violence is turned into administrative process. University resources—time, energy, thought and compassion— are absorbed by a managerial world averse to the inter- personal, lateral and dynamic work of education. The latter is full of risk. The classroom is the university’s soft flesh. Published as a part of a pamphlet series for the 2014 Whitney Museum of American Art's biennial survey of contemporary art practice. This series honors the genre (e.g. Thomas Paine's Common Sense) and the Semiotexte's history of publishing radical, interventionist literature.

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