"Must We Pay for Sanskrit?"
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Fri Dec 9 13:26:51 UTC 2011
Article by Michael Wood in the current issue of the *London Review of Books*
Michael Wood spoke at ‘Universities under Attack’, a conference
sponsored by the ‘London Review’, the ‘New York Review’ and Fritt Ord held
on 26 November at King’s College London."*
Here is Sir Keith's talk, which does not mention Sanskrit but will be of
interest to those who care about British higher education:
The programme of the conference was as follows:
- *10 a.m. ‘What Kind of University?’*
*Stefan Collini* (Cambridge), *
Tim Horder* (editor, *Oxford Magazine*),
*Peter Scott* (Institute of Education).
- 11.30 a.m. Coffee
- *12 p.m. ‘Universities in a Corporate World’. *
*Simon Head* (Oxford and New York University),
*Howard Hotson* (Oxford), *
Michael Wood* (Princeton).
- 1.30 p.m. Lunch
- *2.30 p.m. ‘Academic Labour as a Factor of Production: Hefce and
*Matthew Feldman* (Northampton),
*Rachel Malik* (formerly of Middlesex University),
*Paola Mattei* (Oxford),
*Ann Mroz* (editor, *Times Higher Education*).
- 4 p.m. Coffee
- *4.30 p.m. ‘Beyond the White Paper: What Is to Be Done?’*
*Terence Kealey* (Buckingham),
*Keith Thomas* (Oxford),
*Susan Wright* (University of Aarhus).
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