Links

H-Adjunct is an open, inter-disciplinary forum for issues involving adjunct, part-time and temporary faculty at universities, colleges and community colleges. All faculty members, no matter their status, and all interested persons are encouraged to join and contribute.

Here are links to other sites addressing Adjunct and Contingent faculty issues:

Facebook Groups: OAH CPACE. (Organization of American Historians, Committee on Part-time Adjunct and Contingent Employment)

The Adjunct Commuter Weekly   An online magazine for Adjuncts

Organization of American Historians Statement on Collective Bargaining and Part-Time, Adjunct, and Contingent History Faculty

The New Faculty Majority

COCAL (Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor)

The Adjunct Project (Compare your salary to those listed here)

Coaliton on the Academic Workforce (CAW)

CAW's Portrait of Part-Time Faculty Members

AdjunctNation

Process  A Blog by the Organization of American Historians often on issues relevant to Adjunct Faculty.

 

Recent Content

Background Facts on Contingent Faculty Positions

AAUP: "Contingent” faculty positions include both part- and full-time non-tenure-track appointments.

  • Their common characteristic is that institutions make little or no long-term commitment to faculty holding these positions. 

Today, more than half of all faculty appointments are part-time.

  • This includes positions that may be classified by the institution as adjuncts, part-time lecturers, or graduate assistantships. 
  • Many faculty in so-called “part-time” positions actually teach the equivalent of a full-time course load.
  • Other part-time a

How to Mobilize in Support of Non-Tenure Track Faculty

How to Mobilize in Support of Non-Tenure Track Faculty

ELIZABETH HOHL AND AMY ESSINGTON

For the majority of faculty, the professionals who work off the tenure track or non-tenure track faculty (NTT), the arrival of COVID-19 exacerbated an already precarious situation and signaled an even more uncertain future. The crisis laid bare the structural fault lines and inequities of our system ...

How to Mobilize in Support of Non-Tenure Track Faculty

How to Mobilize in Support of Non-Tenure Track Faculty

ELIZABETH HOHL AND AMY ESSINGTON

For the majority of faculty, the professionals who work off the tenure track or non-tenure track faculty (NTT), the arrival of COVID-19 exacerbated an already precarious situation and signaled an even more uncertain future. The crisis laid bare the structural fault lines and inequities of our system ...