Reinventing the Humanities

Telos: Critical Theory of the Contemporary 2022 (200):33-43 (2022)
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ExcerptThe humanities are currently under pressure from vocational studies and electronic technologies. The more education is mechanized and corporatized, the less room there is often thought to be for the Bildung that the modern humanities aimed to impart. At the same time, radical critiques of the neoliberal university have appeared, implicating it in colonial practices, racism, and the promotion of casteism, hierarchy, and inequality. Currently there are major schisms between defenders of the traditional humanities and advocates of technologically based higher education, advocates of radically politicized higher education, and advocates of entirely vocational training, which dispenses with the humanities altogether.



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