Academia and Constraints on Intimate Relationships: Framing the Issues
by Andrea Hyde - December 19, 2011
This paper was part of a round-table dialogue, hosted at the 2009 annual meeting of the American Educational Studies Association (AESA), about how academia, as a totalizing institution, constrains intimate relationships. Here, a totalizing institution, in general, is one which extends its reach to all dimensions of experience. In this paper, I attempt to frame the issue of academia as a “totalizing” institution, and to probe the boundaries and dimensions of the conversations which surround it.
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