The “Funny-Tragic Handbook of Academic Idiocy” is in the making!

Dear all, I’ve started drafting the ‘Funny-Tragic Handbook of Academic Idiocy’. I’ve already collected 53 ‘entries’ since I moved to the UK (and I’m afraid there’ll be plenty ahead yet). Please, do not hesitate to share your funny and appalling anecdotes, or even just sentences. Any format is welcome. The content will range from statements brimming with self-overestimation published in the social media, to plagiarism, exploitation, and any serious issues you had no ‘court of appeals’ for to advance your claims and pursue justice. The primary aim is having the Handbook accessible online, but I’m exploring the possibility to have it published with PM Press or other radical publishers. If you’d like to contribute (even anonymously), send your material to: e.carpi@ucl.ac.uk.

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