Michelle Gaspari is a third year PhD student in Cultural Anthropology at the Graduate Center, CUNY, an Adjunct Lecturer in sociology, anthropology, and women and gender studies at Baruch College, and a Co-Organizer at The CUNY Adjunct Project. Her dissertation research focuses on the intersection between histories of ethnic violence and management and care for incoming migrants in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Beginning in 2018, she has organized around issues of inequity in graduate worker funding and health insurance at CUNY with the CUNY Adjunct Project. She is heavily influenced in her work and advocacy by the conviction that when producing knowledge we face the choice to either reproduce or reallocatepower. Her commitment to a not-for-profit and antiracist university informs this project on the adjunctification of the university and its inequitable effects.