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Emilie Coin: [email protected] – Editor, UK, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East
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Race, Law, and Higher Education in the Colorblind Era Critical Investigations into Race-Related Supreme Court Disputes
The Tenure-Track Process for Chicana and Latina Faculty Experiences of Resisting and Persisting in the Academy
Success Factors for Minorities in Engineering
The Phenomenological Heart of Teaching and Learning Theory, Research, and Practice in Higher Education
The Minoritisation of Higher Education Students An Examination of Contemporary Policies and Practice
By Hoang Vu Tran
July 10, 2019
This book provides detailed analysis of Supreme Court judgments which have impacted the rights of minorities in relation to higher education, and so illustrates ongoing issues of racial discrimination throughout the American education sector. Race, Law, and Higher Education in the Colorblind Era ...
By Brian Attebery, John Gribas, Mark K McBeth, Paul Sivitz, Kandi Turley-Ames
June 07, 2019
Grounded in narrative theory, this book offers a case study of a liberal arts college’s use of narrative to help build identity, community, and collaboration within the college faculty across a range of disciplines, including history, psychology, sociology, theatre and dance, literature, ...
By Joseph M. Piro
June 07, 2019
The ‘traditional’ university model has been transformed globally, fueled by disruptive technologies, new learning platforms, increasing fiscal austerity, and the rise of knowledge economies. The Bologna Process, a European initiative intended to streamline higher education standards and ...
By Heinz-Dieter Meyer
May 23, 2019
What is the reason for the American university’s global preeminence? How did the American university succeed where the development of the German university, from which it took so much, stalled? In this closely-argued book, Meyer suggests that the key to the American university’s success is its ...
By Patricia A. Perez
May 10, 2019
This anthology addresses the role of postsecondary institutional structures and policy in shaping the tenure-track process for Chicana and Latina faculty in higher education. Each chapter offers first-person narratives of survival in the academy employing critical theoretical contributions and ...
By Neelam Dwivedi
March 12, 2019
This book articulates the complexities inherent in higher education’s multi-faceted response to the forces of mediatization—or how institutions change when their social communication gets mediated by technology—and introduces a novel perspective to comprehend them in a systematic way. By drawing on...
By Jacqueline Fleming, Irving Pressley McPhail
February 28, 2019
This book aims to isolate specific success factors for underrepresented minorities in undergraduate engineering programs. Based on a three-phase study spearheaded by the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, the findings include evidence that hands-on exposure to problem-based ...
By Jackie Tuck
January 17, 2019
Student writing has long been viewed as a problem in higher education in the UK. Moreover, the sector has consistently performed poorly in the National Student Survey with regard to assessment and feedback. Academics Engaging with Student Writing tackles these major issues from a new and unique ...
By Katherine Greenberg, Brian Sohn, Neil Greenberg, Howard R Pollio, Sandra Thomas, John Smith
January 02, 2019
This book presents a carefully constructed framework for teaching and learning informed by philosophical and empirical foundations of phenomenology. Based on an extensive, multi-dimensional case study focused around the ‘lived experience’ of college-level teaching preparation, classroom ...
By Ruth Mieschbuehler
January 03, 2019
Research into ethnic attainment differences in British higher education and elsewhere tends to depict students from minority ethnic backgrounds as disadvantaged, marginalised, discriminated against and excluded. In The Minoritisation of Higher Education, Mieschbuehler demonstrates that this idea is...
By Renee DeLong, Taiyon Coleman, Kathleen Sheerin DeVore, Shannon Gibney, Michael Kuhne, Valerie Déus
December 06, 2018
This book presents the authors’ attempts to interrogate the ways that white institutional, pedagogical, and curricular heteronormativity affects equity in writing instruction at Two Year Colleges. Written from a wide range of subject and identity positions, this volume explores issues that arise ...
By Ellen B. Mandinach, Edith Gummer
November 05, 2018
This book addresses the issue of data use in educator preparation programs towards continuous programmatic improvement. With an aim to increase the rigor in both research and practice in educational administration and teacher education, this volume will analyze the longstanding quality concerns ...