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Joanna Williams is a senior lecturer in higher education and academic practice at the University of Kent. Her book Consuming Higher Education Why Learning Can’t Be Bought was published in 2013. Joanna is particularly interested in the impact of marketization upon universities, knowledge and the public good in higher education, and academic freedom. She is the education editor of the online current affairs magazine Spiked.
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By Joanna Williams | Published: September 6, 2016
Pushing for a lecture to be cancelled, or disrupted so that it is either postponed on health and safety grounds, or goes ahead but speakers are unable to be heard, is censorship, argues Jo Williams,...
By Joanna Williams | Published: January 30, 2014
In the past 15 years and across successive governments in the United Kingdom, the concept of value for money has been internalized throughout higher education. Here, the author of "Consuming Higher Education: Why Learning Can’t...