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Enemies of Promise Publishing, Perishing, and the Eclipse of Scholarship
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Availability Usually despatched within 2 weeks. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Share. Description Why should books drive the academic hierarchy? This controversial question posed by Lindsay Waters ignited fierce debate in the academy and its presses, as he warned that the "publish or perish" dictum was breaking down the academic system in the United States.
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Waters hones his argument in this pamphlet with a new set of questions that challenges the previously unassailable link between publishing and tenure. As one of the most important and innovative editors in the humanities and social sciences, Waters has witnessed the self-destruction occurring in the academic world because of the pressure to publish.
Drawing upon his years of experience, he reveals how this principle is destroying the quality of educational institutions and the ideals of higher learning.