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The New York Times this week asks "Are younger scholars' careers blocked by their older (and tenured) professors?" To which seven professors respond in discussion of "the professors who won't retire" under the protection of their tenure. Wesleyan University's Claire Potter writes, "You heard it here first: I will retire as a tenured professor no later than the spring of 2025.

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