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Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
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Katie Peace: [email protected] – Publisher, Asia
Enhancing Values of Dignity, Democracy, and Diversity in Higher Education Comparative Insights for Challenging Times
Dismantling Constructs of Whiteness in Higher Education Narratives of Resistance from the Academy
The Past, Present, and Future of Higher Education in the Arabian Gulf Region Critical Comparative Perspectives in a Neoliberal Era
Higher Education, State Repression, and Neoliberal Reform in Nicaragua Reflections from a University under Fire
The Impacts of Green Space on Student Experience at an Urban Community College An Exploration of Wellbeing, Belonging, and Scholarly Identity
Student Carers in Higher Education Navigating, Resisting, and Re-inventing Academic Cultures
Title IX and the Protection of Pregnant and Parenting College Students Realities and Challenges
A Philosophical Approach to Perceptions of Academic Writing Practices in Higher Education Through a Glass Darkly
By Tamar Ketko, Hana Bor, Khalid Arar
September 30, 2022
Contesting a gradual disregard for the values of dignity, democracy, and diversity in higher education, this volume explores best practices from universities and colleges in Israel and the US to illustrate how these values can offer a holistic values framework for higher education globally. ...
By Teresa Y. Neely, Margie Montañez
September 02, 2022
This book offers counternarratives from People of Color engaged in varied departments, faculties, and institutions in higher education to interrogate and challenge the construct of whiteness as an ideological form reproduced across campuses throughout the US. Documenting individuals’ lived ...
By Awad Ibrahim, Osman Z. Barnawi
August 29, 2022
This edited volume contributes a novel understanding of the past, present, and future of higher education across the six countries which make up the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Against the backdrop of intense political, ideological, and epistemological disruptions across the Arabian Gulf Region...
By Trine Wulf-Andersen, Lene Larsen, Annie Aarup Jensen, Lone Krogh, Aske Basselbjerg Stigemo, Mathias Hulgård Kristiansen
August 19, 2022
Around the world, students in higher education suffer from and deal with psychosocial problems. This phenomenon is universal and seems to be increasing. A vast number of students enter higher education with problems like stress, anxiety or depression, or develop them during their student lives, due...
By Wendi Bellanger, Serena Cosgrove, Irina Carlota Silber
August 12, 2022
This innovative volume makes a key contribution to debates around the role of the university as a space of resistance by highlighting the liberatory practices undertaken to oppose dual pressures of state repression and neoliberal reform at the Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) in Nicaragua. Using ...
By Vanita Naidoo
July 19, 2022
This book presents a rich case study examining physical and spatial factors of urban campus design that influence student experience and wellbeing. The text details important historical context illustrating the foundational concepts and purpose of college sites in the United States and maps ...
By Genine Hook, Marie-Pierre Moreau, Rachel Brooks
June 13, 2022
This timely volume explores the ways that university institutions affect the experiences of student carers and how student carers negotiate the (often conflicting) demands of care and academic work. The book maps the experiences of student carers in academic cultures, exploring the intersectional...
By Vivienne Bozalek, Michalinos Zembylas, Joan C. Tronto
May 30, 2022
This book makes an important contribution to ongoing debates about the epistemological, ethical, ontological and political implications of relational ethics in higher education. By furthering theoretical developments on the ethics of care and critical posthumanism, it speaks to contemporary ...
By Catherine L. Riley, Alexis Hutchinson, Carley Dix
May 18, 2022
This book explores the discrepancies among what protections Title IX provides to pregnant and parenting students, what colleges communicate, and what pregnant and parenting students actually experience. To actually protect pregnant and parenting students, the authors argue that a school must ...
By Amanda French
May 13, 2022
This book takes a philosophical approach to the question ‘what is academic writing?’ and specifically explores the question of how academic writing and writing development can be better understood and developed by lecturers in higher education. It examines how a number of interconnected and ...
By Gunnlaugur Magnússon, Johannes Rytzler
March 25, 2022
Towards a Pedagogy of Higher Education illustrates how international policy shifts, primarily the Bologna-process, have affected debates around both the purpose and organization of higher education at different levels. This book formulates a theory of teaching in higher education that is ...
By Beverly Lindsay
March 07, 2022
Recognizing that institutes of higher education function simultaneously in local and global contexts, this volume explores the applications of domestic and global policies in a range of industrialized nations in North America and Australia, and developing ones of Brazil, Indonesia, Myanmar, and in ...