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the groves of academe

Institutions of higher learning, such as colleges and universities, or higher learning in general. I've spent my whole career in the groves of academe, so transitioning to the corporate sector will be difficult.
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groves of Academe

the academic community. literary
This phrase alludes to the Roman poet Horace's Epistles, in which he says: Atque inter silvas Academi quaerere verum ‘and seek for truth in the groves of Academe’. The Academia was a grove near ancient Athens where a number of philosophers, Plato among them, taught their pupils.
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Specifically, the way in which recent neoliberal austerity measures in higher education intensifies and affects the emotional condition of academe.
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When professors at the pinnacle of academe pursue a political agenda at the expense of pedagogy, we all suffer the consequences.
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