The humanities rely on bureaucratic language that uses assessment standards and appeals to excellence as a mode of surveillance. These "standards" are in fact a status quo way of economically managing institutions to prevent real engagement. An exposure after the humanities does not assume the boundaries defined by institutions and markers. It entails a relation to alterity that puts every "ground" of the humanities into question.
|Keywords:||Exposure, The Inhuman, Humanities|
Assistant Professor, English, Bergen Community College, Brooklyn, NY, USA
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