Britanski profesori: Borit ćemo sa studentima protiv školarina

Objavljujemo otvoreno pismo podrške profesora prosvjedima britanskih studenata i učenika protiv podizanja školarina u Engleskoj objavljeno u Guardianu 22. studenog 2010. O studentskim prosvjedima u Engleskoj ove jeseni smo već objavili prijevod teksta Richarda Seymoura Kralj Sunce i ja te prijevod teksta iz Socialist Workera.



Borit ćemo sa studentima protiv školarina

Podržavamo dan protesta protiv školarina u srijedu, nastavak veličanstvenih demonstracija studenata, učenika i profesora od 10. studenog. U potpunosti se protivimo uništenju svima dostupnog, kritičkog obrazovanja koje bi trebalo biti zamijenjeno obrazovanjem za tržište što ga veliča izvješće lorda Brownea. Branimo ne samo svoje poslove, nego i vrijednosti koje su nas privukle visokom obrazovanju, a koje održavaju značaj obrazovanja za društvo u cjelini. Prijedlog vladajuće koalicije da se srežu izdvajanja za umjetničke studije, društvene znanosti i humanistiku prijeti nam gubitkom ne samo generacije umjetnika (izvješće od 15. studenog) nego i generacije kritičkih i kreativnih mislilaca.

Planirano povećanje školarinâ praktično znači ukidanje visokog obrazovanja za radne ljude (i, prema Institutu za fiskalne studije, neznatne uštede za porezne obveznike). Ukidanje stipendijâ za životne troškove i školovanje odraslih prokazuje neistinitost tvrdnji vladajuće koalicije da će oni s nižim prihodima i dalje imati pristup visokom obrazovanju – takvi studenti zapravo neće uopće biti u mogućnosti ostati u sustavu obrazovanja nakon što navrše 16 pa tako ni steći kvalifikacije potrebne za pristup višem ili visokom obrazovanju. Koalicija nema ovlasti da nametne takvu klasnu vladavinu temeljenu na ideologiji – gnjev studenata stoga ne iznenađuje. Namjeravamo se boriti s njima u svojim ustanovama kako bismo obranili društvene znanosti, humanistiku i umjetničke studije te zaštitili visoko i više obrazovanje dostupno svima.

Dr Sian Moore, London Metropolitan University

Dr Hazel Conley, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Harriet Bradley, University of Bristol

Professor Heaven Crawley, Swansea University

Professor Ian Haywood, Roehampton University

Professor Richard Hyman, London School of Economics

Professor John Kelly, Birkbeck College

Professor Eleonore Kofman, Middlesex University

Professor Miguel Martinez Lucio, University of Manchester

Professor Mustafa Ozbilgin, University of East Anglia

Professor Anna Pollert, University of the West of England

Professor Mark Stuart, University of Leeds

Professor John Hutnyk, Goldsmiths, University of London

Professor Linda Clarke, University of Westminster

Professor Stephen Bach, Kings College London

Professor Geraldine Healy, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Paul Stewart, University of Strathclyde

Professor Philip Taylor, University of Strathclyde

Professor Steve Tombs, Liverpool John Moores University

Professor Martin Upchurch, Middlesex University

Sue Abbott, Northumbria University

Dr Brian Abbott, Kingston University

Adefemi Adekunle, University College London

Dr T L Akehurst, University of Sussex

Dr Sarah Amsler, Aston University

Alexander Anievas, University of Cambridge

Dr Rachel Annand, Keele University

Pura Ariza, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr. Kye Askins, University of Northumbria

Dr Maurizio Atzeni, Loughborough University

Chris Baldry, Emeritus Professor, University of Stirling

Dr Giles Barrett, Liverpool John Moores University

Dr David Beale, The University of Manchester

Dr Vanessa Beck, University of Leicester

Dr. Paul Benneworth, University of Twente

Dr Amanda Bingley, Lancaster University

Dr Paul Blackledge, Leeds Metropolitan University

Kate Botterill, University of Newcastle

Dr Mark Bould, University of the West of England

Dr Peter Broks, University of the West of England

Paul Brook, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Gavin Butt, Goldsmiths, University of London

Anna Buehring, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Iona Byford, University of Portsmouth

Liam Campling, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Bob Carter, De Monfort University

Dr Wun Fung Chan, University of Strathclyde

Dr Andy Charlwood, University of York

Dr Simon Choat, Kingston University

Michael Coates, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Fiona Colgan, London Metropolitan University

Peter Conlin, Concordia University

Dr Heather Connolly, University of Warwick

Ian Cook, Emeritus Professor, Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Jennifer Cooke, Loughborough University

Dr Vickie Cooper, Liverpool John Moores University

Peter Cressey, University of Bath

Dr Charlotte Crofts, University of the West of England

Dr Patrick Crogan, University of the West of England

Dr Andrew Cumbers, University of Glasgow

Rowland Curtis, Queen Mary University of London

Gareth Dale, Brunel University

Professor Andrew Danford, University of the West of England

Roberto Daniele, Oxford Brookes University

Sadhvi Dar, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Ralph Darlington, University of Salford

Kate Dashper, Leeds Metropolitan University

Steve Davies, Cardiff University

Dr Jonathan S. Davies, University of Warwick

Professor Mary Davis, former London Metropolitan University

Katy Day, Leeds Metropolitan University

Pat Devine, University of Manchester

Dr. Ana Cecilia Dinerstein, University of Bath

Kate Driscoll Derickson, University of Glasgow

Ivy Doherty, Leeds Metropolitan University

Emma Dowling, Queen Mary University of London

Fernando Durán-Palma, University of Westminster

Dr Peter Dwyer, Ruskin College Oxford

Nadine El-Enany, Brunel University

Dr Vaughan Ellis, Edinburgh Napier University

Alan Fair, Manchester Metropolitan University

Aidan Farrow, Bristol University

Ian Fitzgerald, University of Northumbria

Suzy Fitzpatrick, Manchester Metropolitan University

Professor Steve Fleetwood, University of the West of England

Chris Forde, University of Leeds

Dr Debbie Foster, Cardiff University

Dr Carlos Frade, University of Salford

Dr Des Freedman, Goldsmiths, University of London

Dr Isabelle Fremeaux, Birkbeck College, University of London

Dr Steve French, Keele University

Dr Rosalind Galt, University of Sussex

Manuela Galetto, University of Warwick

Dr. Judie Gannon, Oxford Brookes University

Dr Kathrina Glitre, University of the West of England

Professor Gregor Gall, University of Hertfordshire

Dr Jay Ginn, Visiting Professor, Kings College London

Dr Andrew Goffey, Middlesex University

Dr Michael Gold, Royal Holloway University of London

Dr Sara Gonzalez, University of Leeds

Jo Grady, University of Leicester

David Graeber, Goldsmiths, University of London

Dr Elspeth Graham, Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Ian Greenwood, University of Leeds

Dr Ian Greer, University of Leeds

Gavin Grindon, Kingston University of London

Dr Chris Grocott, University of Birmingham

Dr. Rebecca Gumbrell-McCormick, Birkbeck College

Dr Keith Halfacree, Swansea University

Joe Hall, University of Hull

Stephen Hall, University of Hull

Dr. Anita Hammer, De Montfort University

Dr Nikolaus Hammer, University of Leicester

Dr Enda Hannon, Kingston University

Dr Suzanne Hanson, Leeds Metropolitan University

Dr Kate Hardy, University of Leeds

Dr David Harvie, University of Leicester

Dr Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University

Rebecca Hawkins, Oxford Brookes University

Michelle Henning, University of the West of England

Dr Leroi Henry, London Metropolitan University

Professor Dave Hill, Universities of Middlesex, Athens and Limerick

Donald Hislop, Loughborough University

Dr Stuart Hodkinson, University of Leeds

Dr Kerry Holden, King’s College London

Dr Jane Holgate, University of Leeds

Jim Hollinshead, Liverpool John Moores University

Andrew G. Holmes, University of Hull

Dr Richard Hornsey, University of the West of England

Phil Hubbard, University of Kent

Malcolm Hughes, University of the West of England

Dr. Margo Huxley, Queen Mary University of London

Jeff Hyman, Emeritus Professor, University of Aberdeen

Anthony Ince, University of Glasgow

Ruza Ivanovic, University of Bristol

Dr Al James, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Dr Joern Janssen, European Institute for Construction Labour Research

Professor Steve Jefferys, London Metropolitan University

Anne Jones, Manchester Metropolitan University

Derek Jones, Queen Mary University of London

Kevin Jones, Goldsmiths, University of London

Dr Lee Jones, Queen Mary, University of London

Antonios Kalyvas, Bournemouth University

Dr Anja Kanngieser, Birkbeck College, University of London

Dr Marika Karanassou, Queen Mary, University of London

Brian Kelly, London Metropolitan University and BECTU

Jane Kelly, former Kingston University

Dr Andrew Kennedy, School of Oriental and African Studies

Andy Kilmister, Oxford Brookes University

Professor Gill Kirton, Queen Mary University of London

Eleanor Kirk, University of Strathclyde

Dr Astrid Köhler, Queen Mary University of London

Stathis Kouvelakis, Kings College London

Lefteris Kretsos, University of Coventry

Maeve Landman, University of the West of England

David Landy, Lancaster University

Andrew Lapworth, University of Bristol

Dr Alex Law, University of Abertay Dundee

Michael Lawrence, University of the West of England

Sue Ledwith, Ruskin College, Oxford

Dr Les Levidow, Open University

Dr Jason Lim, Queen Mary University of London

Dr Ben Little, Middlesex University

Dr Jo Littler, Middlesex University

Dr Michael Loughlin, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Dave Lyddon, Keele University

Dr Samantha Lynch, University of Kent

Professor Robert MacKenzie, University of Leeds

Dr Rachel Malik, Middlesex University

Matteo Mandarini, Queen Mary University of London

Dr. Abigail Marks, Heriot-Watt University

Dr. Pauline Marne, Liverpool John Moores University

Professor Jon May, Queen Mary University of London

Dr Larch Maxey, Swansea University

Honor McAdam, University of Strathclyde

Dr Jo McBride, Bradford University

Dr Patricia McCafferty, University of Strathclyde

Teresa McConlogue, Queen Mary, University of London

Des McDermott, Ruskin College Oxford

Dr Colin McFarlane, Durham University

Dr Patrick McGovern, London School of Economics

Peter McGunnigle, Oxford Brookes University

Professor Sonia McKay, London Metropolitan University

Dr Laura McMahon, University of Cambridge

Dr Chris McWilliams, Heriot Watt University

Dr Guglielmo Meardi, University of Warwick

Janine Melvin, Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Shamira A. Meghani, University of Sussex

Dr Paula Meth, University of Sheffield

Naomi Millner, Bristol University

Dr Gerry Mooney, Open University

Dr. Phoebe Moore, University of Salford

Mr. Jim Morrissey, Queen Mary, University of London

Nigel Morter, London Metropolitan University

Professor Michael Muller-Camen, Middlesex University

Ealasaid Munro, University of Edinburgh

Simon Mussell, University of Sussex

Dr Stephen Mustchin, University of Manchester

Dr Vlad Mykhnenko, University of Nottingham

Dave Napier, London Metropolitan University

Dr David Nash, Cardiff University

Dr Corinne Nativel, University of Franche-Comté

Dr Anoop Nayak, Newcastle University

Dr. Martyn Nightingale, Liverpool John Moores University

Peter North, University of Liverpool

Paolo Novak, School of Oriental and African Studies

Mario Novelli, University of Sussex

Phil O’Keefe, University of Northumbria

Dr Wendy Olsen, University of Manchester

Dr. Ozlem Onaran, Middlesex University

Dr. Iliana Ortega-Alcazar, Queen Mary University of London

Dr Alan Patterson, Sheffield Hallam University

Dr Andrew Perchard, University of Strathclyde

Dr Jenny Pickerill, University of Leicester

Dr David Pinder, Queen Mary, University of London

Constantina Papoulias, Middlesex University

Professor Ian Parker, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Elke Pioch, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dave Procter, Leeds Metropolitan University

Dr Peter Prowse, Bradford University

Dr. Valeria Pulignano, Leuven University, Belgium

Dr Sujith Puthiyaveetil, Queen Mary, University of London

Michael Pye, University of Hertfordshire

Hugo Radice, University of Leeds

Jessica Rapson, Goldsmiths, University of London

Dr Helen Richardson, University of Salford

Dr Michael Richardson, University of the West of England

Sarah Riley, University of Bath

Dr John Roberts, Brunel University

Dr Olga Rodriguez Falcon, Southampton Solent University

Simon Rose, University of East London

Cilla Ross, London Metropolitan University

Richard Ross, London Metropolitan University

Dr. Paul Routledge, University of Glasgow

Alan J Ryan, De Montfort University

Juliet Rufford, University of Reading

Alessia Ruggiero, Sheffield Hallam University

Devi Sacchetto, University of Padova

Navjit Sagoo, University of Bristol

Donald Sassoon, Queen Mary, University of London

Rick Saull, Queen Mary, University of London

Dr Susan Sayce, University of East Anglia

Gregory Schwartz, University of Bath

Dr Peter Scott, University of Portsmouth

Dr Cristian Serdean, De Montfort University

Ruth Sharpe, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Debra Shaw, University of East London

Dr Melanie Simms, University of Warwick

Dr. Charikleia Sinani, Leeds Metropolitan University

Dr Sally Skaife, Goldsmiths University of London

Dr Andrew Smith, University of East of London

Dr Fiona M. Smith, University of Dundee

Nick Soucek, University of Bristol

Dr Andrew Sparks, De Montfort University

Dr Adam Spiers, University of Bristol

Dr Justin Spinney, University of East London

Professor Martin Stanton, Roehampton University

Ali Riza Taskale, University of Sheffield

Atu Tatli, Queen Mary, University of London

Hillel Ticktin, Emeritus Professor University of Glasgow

Matt Todd, Oxford Brookes University

Dr Mark Toogood, University of Central Lancashire

Alberto Toscano, Goldsmiths, University of London

Mick Totten, Leeds Metropolitan University

Dr Ian Towers, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht, Berlin

Dr. Judith Tsouvalis, Lancaster University

Dr Alan Tuckman, Nottingham Trent University

Dr Mandy Turner, University of Bradford

Georgie Urry, University of Bristol

Dr Steve Vincent, University of Leeds

Dr. Horen Voskeritsian, Business College of Athens

Dr Jenny van Hooff, Liverpool John Moores University

Henk van Houtum, Radboud University, Nijmegen,

Diana Velada, Goldsmiths, University of London

Dr Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University of London

Dr Matt Vidal, King’s College London

Daniel Vulliamy, University of Hull

Dr John G Walker, Ruskin College, Oxford

Victoria Wass, Cardiff University

Professor Andrew Watterson, University of Stirling

Professor Michael Wayne, Brunel University

Jeffery R. Webber, Queen Mary, University of London

Tom Wengraf, formerly Middlesex University

Barbara Wilczek, Bournemouth University

Andrew Williams, University of Exeter

Dr Steve Williams, University of Portsmouth

Dr Sherryl Wilson, University of the West of England

Professor Geoffrey Wood, University of Sheffield

Beverley Woodburn, Ruskin College, Oxford

David Wray, University of Northumbria

Caroline Wright, University of Bristol

Tessa Wright, London Metropolitan University

Aylwin Yafele, Bournemouth University

Olly Zanetti, Open University

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