Author: Craig Brandist

Craig Brandist is professor of cultural theory and intellectual history in the Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies at the University of Sheffield, where he is also president of the Sheffield University and College Union. He started at Sheffield in 1997, and from 2003-2009 directed the AHRC-funded project The Rise of Sociological Linguistics in the Soviet Union, 1917–1938: Institutions, Ideas and Agendas. Brandist’s research current focuses on the history of cultural theory, particularly as it was affected by the Russian Revolution and its subsequent degeneration, and his latest monograph is <emThe Dimensions of Hegemony: Language, Culture and Politics in Revolutionary Russia.

The Soviet System, Neoliberalism and British Universities
Higher Education Reform
September 27, 2016

The Soviet System, Neoliberalism and British Universities

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