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Feminists revisit their mixed experiences of mentoring and being mentored to reclaim mentorship as a project for new generations.
The uplifting story of how one camp gave children with visual impairment new confidence in their own abilities.
Original reading of Heidegger suggesting what his project could mean for building an ethical way of life now and in the future.
Explores the importance of the body and the senses in educational encounters, drawing out the aesthetic and political dimensions of educational practices.
Examines the ways in which writers and artists have attempted to address children’s experience of atrocity.
The engaging memoir of a college president and public intellectual who became one of America's leading mid-twentieth-century social and educational activists.
Explores how discussion of LGBTQ+ themes in a high-school literature course can foster ethical engagement among students.
Offers insight into race-based disparities in higher education and practical tools for advancing racial equity on college and university campuses.
Ethnography of Black engineering majors navigating campus life at a historically White university.
A rich, authentic account of eight young Black men's experiences on their paths to and through college.
The first book-length study of Leo Strauss' understanding of the relation between modern democracy, technology, and liberal education.
A powerful anthology on the role of curricula in perpetuating—and resisting—oppression.
Offers a vision for innovation in higher education focused on societal progress and human development, as well as for higher education's role within a broader culture of innovation.
Brings together scholars and higher education system leaders to highlight concrete examples of system change and realignment to advance student success.
Questions universities’ increasing reliance on market-oriented metrics to determine their strategic directions and gauge faculty productivity.
Examines how Mexican Americans experienced “unofficial” Jim Crow inside and outside the American education system, and how they used the courts, Mexican Consul, and other resources to challenge that discrimination.
Examines policies, norms, and classroom practices of the US and Mexican education systems, with the aim of preparing educators to understand and help transnational children and youth.
Follows a Black woman's forty-year career in academia, sharing how race and gender can disrupt and enhance the professional and the personal, from leadership and policies to family life.
Introduces both undergraduate students and general readers to the exploratory mindset and hands-on skills essential to the cultivation of creativity.
Examines how state courts change public policy through an analysis of their influence on state education finance reform.
Traces the controversial poet’s thinking about teaching and learning throughout his career.
Argues that plantation life, its racialized inequities, and the ongoing struggle against them are embedded in not only the physical structures but also the everyday workings of higher education.
Examines the organization, regulation, and enactment of civic engagement within AmeriCorps, an American volunteer service program.
Multidisciplinary anthology on teaching issues of race and racism in US college classrooms.
Uses a cross-national comparison of Los Angeles, New Delhi, and Hong Kong to develop strategies universities should employ to strengthen democracy and resist fascism.
Explores the impact of shared governance in times of campus and system transition.
Analyzes twelve strategic planning efforts in higher education in eight countries in Asia and Africa.
A broad exploration of Irigaray’s philosophy of life and living.
Explores the complex interplay of race and culture in the doctoral experiences of African American students.
An in-depth account and model of antiracist professional development for white practicing teachers.
A unique examination of how faculty and university administrators understand their work and professional identities under neoliberalism.
Brings relational sociology to bear on educational research.
Explores how improv-based teaching and training methods can bridge differences and promote the communication, leadership, and civil skills our world urgently needs.
A comprehensive study of education in the writings of Walter Benjamin.
A thought-provoking overview of the many challenges facing higher education and how to deal with them by a leading thinker in the field.
An ethnography of Russian teacher education reforms as scripted performances of political theater.
A trilogy exploring different aspects of shared governance in higher education.
Explores the effectiveness and value of meditation in a college classroom.
A rich collection of essays about the inner, shared experiences of participants engaged in second-person approaches to contemplative practice.
Examines innovative writing pedagogies and the experiences of Latinx student writers at Hispanic-Serving Institutions nationwide.
Provides firsthand perspectives from yoga practitioners and educators on the promises and challenges of school-based yoga programs.
A guide to Buddhism’s rich variety of traditions and cultural expressions for educators who would like to include Buddhism in their undergraduate courses.
Tells the story of the nation's largest higher education union from its earliest years to its role today as a powerful organization promoting the interests of faculty, staff, and the entire SUNY community.
Addresses the experiences of trans college students, faculty, and staff in a single volume for the first time.
Focuses on Black women’s experiences and expertise in order to advance educational philosophy and provide practical tools for social justice pedagogy.
Explores the rich potential of Confucianism in American and Chinese classrooms of the twenty-first century.
Brings psychoanalytic concepts to the notion of childhood development with a keen eye to discussions of social justice and human dignity.
Blends history and theory with practical descriptions of how spoken word poetry is taught and how to produce spoken word events.
Provides concrete examples of homework mentorship and positive academic interventions among immigrant families.
Offers valuable insights into the governance process in higher education.
Examines key theoretical aspects of the emerging field of second-person contemplative education.
Demonstrates how students and educators can resist narrow, utilitarian views of higher education’s purpose.
Examines slavery, abolition, and race in the United States with a special focus on New York State.
Addresses how digital forms of personal writing can be most effectively used by teachers, students, and other community members.
Demonstrates how educators and policymakers should treat the intertwined nature of immigrant education and social progress in order to improve current policies and practices.
Explores how race and gender matter on campus and how Black males navigate college for academic and personal success.
Argues that institutional change must accommodate women’s professional and personal life stages.
Demonstrates the impact of global education partnerships related to information access.
Offers practical advice for achieving shared governance in higher education.
Uses data collected from multiple studies to offer recommendations on best practices for use in a polarized climate.
Handsome, fully illustrated history of the sixty-four State University of New York campuses.
Presents research on how variations in African Americans’ racial self-concept affects meaning-making and internalized oppression.
Argues that the economic system itself is culpable in maintaining our oppressive educational status quo.
Reveals the rhetorical strategies African American writers have used to promote Black women’s recovery and wellness through educational and entertainment genres and the conservative gender politics that are distributed when these efforts are sold for public consumption.
Considers how our ideas about mathematics shape our individual and cultural relationship to the field.
Reconceptualizes local, national, and transnational adult education practices in light of neoliberalism and globalization.
Demonstrates how critical race theory can be useful in real-world situations.
Illustrates the changing significance of what it means to be educated, rural, and ethnic in Southwest China.
A translation and discussion of the central Confucian text on education, Xueji (On Teaching and Learning), influential in China from the Han dynasty to the present day.
Explores spoken word poetry as a tool for social justice, critical feminist pedagogy, and new ways of teaching.
Examines the educational programs American Indians developed to preserve their cultural and ethnic identity, improve their livelihood, and serve the needs of their youth in Chicago.
Examines the role of African American educators in the Birmingham civil rights movement.
Explores the existential significance of literacy.
Presents the key experiences of a diverse group of teachers and students in their journeys of becoming social justice educator/scholars.
First book to offer a survey of pedagogical listening in conventional and alternative methodologies.
Introduces new conceptual frameworks for girls' studies.
Small college professors from across the United States explain why liberal arts institutions remain the gold standard for higher education.
Explores the trend of lifelong learning in Japan as a means to deal with risk in a neoliberal era.
Offers a new view of pedagogical practices to psychoanalysts interested in pedagogy.
First comparative historical analysis of the organizational growth of black colleges.
Examines strategies and best practices that effectively integrate LGBTQ areas of teaching and research with student life activities.
Examines proposals for freshman composition’s abolition and reform while providing a new model for courses.
Examines how states, schools, and postsecondary institutions might best help improve college readiness and completion.
Demonstrates how the success of universities depends on the working conditions of the younger academic generation.
Analyzes interviews with students, teachers, and administrators to develop a new set of literacies essential for student success in the digital age.
Assesses the challenges plaguing our higher education system through selections of Ernest L. Boyer’s writings
Focuses on the opportunities and challenges of using the science of change to improve the academic enterprise.
Documents a volatile and productive moment in the development of film studies.
Delineates Lacan’s theory of the four discourses as a practical framework through which faculty can reflect on where their students are, developmentally, and where they might go.
A wide-ranging consideration of the emerging field of contemplative education.
Examines the rhetoric in and around the New York State Asylum for Idiots in Syracuse, New York from 1854 to 1884.
Tells the fascinating story of the Progressive Education movement of the 1930s and 1940s.
Examines the life of education activist Audrey Cohen and her founding of Metropolitan College of New York.
An interdisciplinary anthology exploring issues related to diversity, multiculturalism, and social justice.
Explores the nature and role of wisdom in education.
An in-depth look at the lives, experiences, and professional careers of Black mathematicians in the United States.
Explores the challenges faculty fathers face in navigating the demands of work and family.
Expanded edition with new chapters and updates to the translation and bibliography.
Explores the curating of “difficult knowledge” through the exhibition of lynching photographs in contemporary museums.
Provides practical applications of democratic teaching for classes in history/social studies education, multicultural and social justice education, community service and civic engagement, and education and public policy.