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Sometimes when issues beyond a student’s control get to be too much to handle, the student needs to step back and take a breather. Justin Pettigrew, a student in the Ph.D. program for journalism and mass communication within the Grady College, has been on leave for health issues both fall and spring semesters of this school year. “It originally was going to be one semester,” Pettigrew said. “I had to drop out of classes about the third week of fall semester.” Even though Grady handled the majority of the process for Pettigrew, everything related to leaves of absence eventually filtered through the University’s Graduate School.
Our sharpest contemporary picaresque dissenter has in this text presented his funky inquest on contemporary culture’s collusion between art power and power, of art money and money, of art duplicities and duplicities, of art fakes and fakes, of art lies and lies, of art politics and politics, of art bureaucracy and bureaucracy, of art business and business, of art glamour and glamour, and has done so in the mode of an impossible object, an object like the blindspot of the counterprivate, where only you can’t know something. Ironies detonate as you read. His text is indexical, like words ... Read More
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