[Blackstudies-l] The Review: Racism in the Classics, Radical Rhetoric in the University, and More

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Mon Feb 8 10:51:48 EST 2021


How racist are the classics?

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The Princeton classicist Dan-el Padilla Peralta, *profiled
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by Rachel Poser last week in *The New York Times Magazine*, wants to
“explode the canon … overhaul the discipline from nuts to bolts.” Walter
Scheidel, who teaches classics at Stanford, is even more uncompromising: If
the discipline fails to reform itself in face of accusations that its
history is fatally entwined with, as Poser writes, “slavery, race science,
colonialism, Nazism, and other 20th-century fascisms,” then, Scheidel says,
“I don’t think it should exist as an academic field.”

>From one point of view, this sort of condemnatory attitude toward one’s own
field would seem to exemplify what Geoff Shullenberger, *in a recent essay
for
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calls the “‘militant’ mode” of humanistic critique. Other recent examples
include the Chicago English department’s public insistence that “English as
a discipline has a long history of providing aesthetic rationalizations for
colonization, exploitation, extraction, and anti-Blackness” and an
anthropologist’s bluntly titled article: “The Case for Letting Anthropology
Burn.”

For Shullenberger, such inflammatory language “functions as a market signal
within the reigning value system of the humanities and social sciences.
Indeed, in hypercompetitive academic fields whose material resources are
vanishing, anti-institutional rhetoric has become one of the most
successful stratagems for individual advancement.” What’s more, it strikes
him as a tactical error: “Those who make funding decisions might well ask
why such a discipline deserves to continue existing.”

But whatever you think of the specific arguments of Padilla and Scheidel,
disciplinary self-critique is indispensable to the humanities. In a way
that has no exact analogy with the hard sciences, the humanities’ own
history — their motivations, their public justifications, their political
uses — cannot but constitute a part of their object of study. *The Review*
has been home to a number of such meta-disciplinary critiques, most
recently Priya Satia’s* essay about history as a guide to conscience
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and Simon During’s “*What Were the Humanities, Anyway?
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And from outside of our pages, some favorites: John Guillory on *monuments
and documents
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and Robyn Wiegman on *queer feminist criticism.
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Moving up the ladder means dealing with endless bureaucracy. For many, it’s
not worth it.

THE REVIEW

How to Avoid the Associate-Professor Trap
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By Carolyn Dever and George Justice
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It’s time for a wholesale reimagining of faculty careers.

THE REVIEW

Are Graduate Programs Pressing Pause — or Pulling the Plug?
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By Peter Brooks
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Plans to temporarily suspend graduate admissions may backfire.

Kansas Storm

Last week, Ani Kokobobo, who teaches at the University of Kansas, *took to
our pages
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to
sound the alarm about threats to the tenure system there. I talked with
Kokobobo about public education, the response to her essay, and decline and
deterioration.

*This piece struck a nerve. What have you been hearing? *

I’ve heard from a lot of people, from friends and colleagues all over,
saying: We’re watching this. If we lose tenure here, that’s a chink in the
armor of the entire system — excuse the mixed metaphor.

We haven’t yet heard from our administration. We did hear, from our faculty
senate, that there could be some positive resolution.

I’m sympathetic to our administrators, in that I know they face a really
difficult situation. We’re increasingly being defunded.

*Especially in red states, the pandemic could provide the impetus for
ratcheting up a defunding agenda that was already underway. Is this the
beginning of the end of the public university? *

The thing that gives me hope is, as department chair, how hard I see people
work. We’re all working really hard at teaching. We’re a research
university, and students deserve that kind of education. The only chance we
have to weather this is to articulate the value of what we do to our
students and to our communities.

This is not a political question. You want your children to get the best
education that they can get. Our states have to pay for it, and we have to
find a way to articulate that. We’re not the ivory tower. This is the last
opportunity some of these young people have to grow and develop before they
enter the work force — their last opportunity to get the critical skills
they need to be citizens in the future.

I came to this country in the ’90s, and I ended up going to Dartmouth,
which was the only place where I felt like I have a home — a place that I
fit. And from there I could move on with my life and my career. That
opportunity needs to be there for students of public education, too.

*One of your areas of interest is the fin de siècle. The fin de siècle’s
self-conception is one of decline and deterioration, but also of
possibility and new hope. *

I do think about the fin de siècle. I think about nontraditional ways of
living and being. It’s a time for opportunity, a time for innovation, even
for academics.

Recommended


   - “‘Bill Clinton is horny’ and ‘George Bush is dumb’ might not have been
   groundbreaking bits, but at least they weren’t drenched in apocalyptic
   moralism.” Matt Christman’s harsh judgment of Trump-era *Saturday Night
   Live *is *one of eight short essays
   <http://links2.newsletter.chronicle.com/u/click?_t=d6b85331c7f64991b3bfd8ac52407544&_m=38a389381ed14bc0abf79f766c048159&_e=IBWk5zsDg--PPS9jVOwMIw1IYGjfN-gwXrBvY75EJ5cXyxX9O3H-yiZyyzNfvau8o5FbUjIcpBqL1teRyLAtpiDDER2OEO1ftP0ueH-jiYMEfpb_k8kFFsCAcX5pZ7s_jcIGf2Ck-guH-qM3zFveVcCpzn-95w4eKCw9GHBL82LC1YhXG4IFSfG2jTeY9iUHXudckAXffbY3sqUK-FX0WMOKUEv8RJZsK4ORHuyR08RtiFG7tzHlxM52CVIIXGg2b4r9rfe2FmocOI0GHsoj7EIhuNw7pUavoQnMGbXvj-D2Uy3De0zIYVB6wcTRXcqreBH7iQeKu7PzLTf5xd3c8h5TsqC8jO5Awgrr10zBWuK8FTHwBFSsNHlTtCRja1ceh2FKoq2lG5dqWG1kawj7j6pXOFjI0k3gdUUxBFfi1wCY_6ufP1T5qaCESUeg_1ENqPr7tUUla39DqAI3sfRd7w%3D%3D>*
   on “Art and Culture Under Trump,” at *The Drift. *Other contributors
   include Merve Emre and Sasha Frere-Jones.


   - I own two of Sylvia Townsend Warner’s novels, but I haven’t opened
   either of them. Having read John Merrick’s *lovely review essay
   <http://links2.newsletter.chronicle.com/u/click?_t=d6b85331c7f64991b3bfd8ac52407544&_m=38a389381ed14bc0abf79f766c048159&_e=IBWk5zsDg--PPS9jVOwMI-DZOHmK4cuYwx4XZYAKsYjZf_VVDNl2cg9Lll-g8fdtnbGqPEe9AegXxAzfS3rm2rSYtf4OBsgNA8zgxpEVjQGk3PtEBm56XRaLNchpOxVih7ONEsGOH9lOU2jotlBt0cl27Cty1tXT7eMhS8AmvNWx12c3Xt5T3b0xeG9_2a_Cs70BDfeWkZDqZ9C963pFOfR8GCVfy_UqOwMy1F6ZRigdM7KtLqvQ1ObM1Aiv2yVYk70VXsaCsv6XkvWefv6kEtoX9XxWq2FiNSdsNWgBbu0-sfNk701Y6uW076gH5QlGcWmWWRvPNUkQiLYfUpR866AuI1-FcEmM8k4VjPeBQwBQIZdhzjaWRlb6hd9O_B5fBDB5-IZiKICa2iMki7eoY79P3_EOfWfetvBtuGr6tCxnKEMRFFBBt4FcDCljJBf-OW28jWzkt4p57COInYU4Js3BS4bbOSVH6xGBMq3c_2dGmj3ZbdsqQU6oztnpoEjW>*
   at *The Tribune*, I’m resolved to change that.


   - “The truant in me resents how much cultural real estate the
   anti-transgressors now command, while positioning themselves as the
   underdogs.” Laura Kipnis on the decline of transgression
   <http://links2.newsletter.chronicle.com/u/click?_t=d6b85331c7f64991b3bfd8ac52407544&_m=38a389381ed14bc0abf79f766c048159&_e=IBWk5zsDg--PPS9jVOwMIxGW3EJKAPSH3dSGs6KOZYKsxQkiJVLecj5jHGll9a3utLT9aC7XGzVViLrz3D8mZTfTvIskiPZtk4sClEywYkfpyUrF6tbqsRV-4Eqer1XX6sJ8C9D1ggCAGb7TRpk0aZKhRyEW_UXB0f2ix_s0cJhezb8X5-Gjs1xE2X4VUtUSXKqv3Wu2GtSx5coytGP_89KLRyqFjB0nS0H9l1TcSC0cGxUAEBiWYAf3mDHLaCAeMe857ZYnQXdbZx_xEH649raAn4aZOknwADD4ilWQAKV0tANgmbjFVBLf_ZUk8ws2nMuHndaFoPJyR7zNnaocgbx9hlILwKpLZXsWlN_0wSbx6ItcV5ZuzlTLmvwLSrvRvMiOs84xlPDF4u2Omj13j1mZAzgFYUa3cw2yTqRa0BW2WoMVoywW-KE-qhprV6cCw-3VGvldsB0RD4TLzPaOb-u_mLs4noBpznrrmyShHts%3D>,
   at *Liberties*.


   - “The object in his right hand is a Cuban Hoyo de Monterrey, not a
   conductor's baton.” I somehow stumbled across this 1996 *Cigar
   Aficionado** profile
   <http://links2.newsletter.chronicle.com/u/click?_t=d6b85331c7f64991b3bfd8ac52407544&_m=38a389381ed14bc0abf79f766c048159&_e=IBWk5zsDg--PPS9jVOwMI9I-4FF6P5VbvEalfIEogL_BJgxF0Xnhz6AUnFdC-0P__og3RFIZsNQePXELGNCYO8k5w8xFYTqaXWs3PeJHc0L_LZXWDNFTO1hAe_aPAOpwr3caO8e8Z8-RnRdSGTRDSZXaLn_N8d1UARoL2G2wDClFA8Z1dWUP1UAuKleC2JKLpRB_pch6spe62-6voowO8jKW3D15GI2e1Y7NxepBGpzRedAwfm2AJUfJy5eiUfntTdg01sfm9Guw-9RDajJloAiboI5jTyE_zAm25nUL21uLIsjnOo81WyeO2zbRMaBBFOe6NYKPJmEWbg0mcNUe9NIImj3Rx7lqr04WmeedG9WzwvoywfUg3rM_k-Stk4qgPKaFqO2kdJwB51tWH_4yvFmk7ZcjegVoMGqAgPb-8gOLO8vXjVVdvpG3aNsA0V1SN-jLUIig9BMi7du7YR6fk7NL3z7q5Zs66WbtNtTxR3FyQRrngVqVXk9MXN4-1bor>*
   of the pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim and couldn’t stop reading.

I'm always hoping to hear from you — write to opinion at chronicle.com.

Yours,
Len Gutkin

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Advancement teams are key to helping chart the path forward toward
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