Shore, Cris. 2010. “Beyond the Multiversity: Neoliberalism and the Rise of the Schizophrenic University.” Social Anthropology 18 (1): 15–29.

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Abstract: "The restructuring of New Zealand's universities is often considered a paradigmatic case of neo‐liberal reform and governance. While tertiary education is increasingly central to government's ideas about the future global knowledge economy, a new set of discourses has emerged around universities and their role that draws together different, often contradictory, agendas. This heralds not the death of the liberal idea of the university but a shift towards a new, multi‐layered conception in which universities are expected to fulfil a plethora of different functions. This article examines the implications of this emerging ‘schizophrenic university’ paradigm and its effects on academic subjectivities."

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May 24, 2018 - 8:28pm

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Angela Okune: This 2010 article by Cris Shore looks at the restructuring of New Zealand's universities as part of a greater global shift towards a new, multi‐layered conception in which universities are expected to fulfil a plethora of different functions.

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Cris Shore, "Shore, Cris. 2010. “Beyond the Multiversity: Neoliberalism and the Rise of the Schizophrenic University.” Social Anthropology 18 (1): 15–29.", contributed by Angela Okune, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 4 June 2018, accessed 2 December 2022. https://worldpece.org/content/shore-cris-2010-“beyond-multiversity-neoliberalism-and-rise-schizophrenic-university”-social