6 edition of Reclaiming the public university found in the catalog.
Reclaiming the public university
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Judith Summerfield, Crys Benedicks.|
|Series||Higher ed : questions about the purpose(s) of colleges and universities -- vol. 18|
|Contributions||Summerfield, Judith, 1941-, Benedicks, Crys.|
|LC Classifications||LC1011 .R387 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007013528|
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George Washington University Professor Amitai Etzioni talked about his book, Reclaiming Patriotism, in which he offered his thoughts on a form of . Reclaiming the Sacred examines the ways in which the new secular political culture of lay people. Focusing on the Yonne, a pro-revolutionary department in Burgundy, Suzann Desan analyzes how the region’s laity responded to the revolutionaries’ attempts to dechristianize France and to replace Christianity with new revolutionary cults.
the foundation’s report Reclaiming Public Education by Reclaiming Our Democracy. He has brought to the foundation a wonderful assortment of people who have told us about their practical use of the insights in the book and the opportunities and alliances they’ve discovered. w friends see educating as community work. Instead of calling for an abandonment of accountability, the authors call for reclaiming accountability in teacher education for more democratic purposes. This book is a must-read for teacher educators and policymakers.” —Ken Zeichner, University of Washington.
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This book asks how we can reclaim the university for the public good. The editors and contributors argue that the sector is in crisis, accelerated by the passing of the UK Higher Education Research Act in and made visible during the University and College Union strikes in April In Reclaiming Public Housing, Lawrence Vale explores the rise, Reclaiming the public university book, and redevelopment of three public housing projects in looks at these projects from the perspectives of their low-income residents and assesses the contributions of the design professionals who helped to transform these once devastated places during the s and by: Reclaiming the Public University: Conversations on General and Liberal Education (Higher Ed) [Summerfield, Judith, Benedicks, Crystal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Reclaiming the Public University: Conversations on General and Liberal Education (Higher Ed)5/5(1). Reclaiming the Public University: Conversations on General & Liberal Education, Paperback by Summerfield, Judith (EDT); Benedicks, Crystal (EDT), ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US The 13 chapters presented by the editors explore the debates over what does and/or should constitute general education and liberal.
[wptabs mode=”horizontal”][wptabtitle] Overview[/wptabtitle] [wptabcontent] Our book, Reclaiming Civility in the Public Square – 10 Rules That Work, is a user-friendly guide to how civility in the governing process is possible. Each rule is illustrated with a true life story. These stories not only demonstrate how the rule works, but also give evidence that while “civility in.
Get this from a library. Reclaiming the public university: conversations on general & liberal education. [Judith Summerfield; Crystal Benedicks;] -- To reclaim the public university is to focus our energies on teaching all our students well, educating them for a new, increasingly complicated age.
To deliver on this promise, we must interrogate. By the s the mood of critical urban analysts once again became pessimistic and the end of public space was announced authoritatively.
Mike Davis warned that Los Angeles was ‘inexorably [ ] mov[ing] to extinguish its last real public spaces, with all of their democratic intoxications, risks, and undeodorized odors’ (Davis, ).In a similar vein, writing from Cited by: Reclaiming 42 illuminates how public memory of Robinson has undergone changes over the last sixty-plus years and moves his story beyond Robinson the baseball player, opening a new, broader interpretation of an otherwise seemingly convenient narrative to show how Robinson’s legacy ultimately should both challenge and inspire public memory.
Reclaiming Public Services: How cities and citizens are turning back privatisation. 3 Acknowledgements This book would never have taken shape without generous contributions from co-publishers and from the authors of the various chapters.
We are also very Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust (UK); Amrta Institute. I also sought to get the word out on NPR, submitting another ad: “How to shape political and social life after Trump is the subject of a new book, Reclaiming Patriotism by Amitai Etzioni, published by the University of Virginia Press.
Reclaiming the Black Past: The Use and Misuse of African American History in the Twenty-First Century was recently published by Verso Books. *** The author of Reclaiming the Black Past is Pero Gaglo Dagbovie, University Distinguished Professor of History and Associate Dean in the Graduate School.
His research and teaching interests comprise a. Title: Publication Type: Book: Year of Publication: Authors: Vale L: Publisher: Harvard University Press: City: Cambridge, MA: ISBN: Abstract: In Reclaiming Public Housing, Lawrence Vale explores the rise, fall, and redevelopment of three public housing projects in looks at these projects from the perspectives of their low-income.
In Reclaiming Public Housing, Lawrence Vale explores the rise, fall, and redevelopment of three public housing projects in Boston. Vale looks at these projects from the perspectives of their low-income residents and assesses the contributions of the design professionals who helped to transform these once devastated places during the s and s.5/5(1).
“Reclaiming Conversation is best appreciated as a sophisticated self-help book. It makes a compelling case that children develop better, students learn better, and employees perform better when their monitors set good examples and carve our spaces for face-to-face interactions.” - Jonathan Franzen, The New York Times Book Review.
The Editors: Judith Summerfield is the University Dean for Undergraduate Education at the City University of New York.
A professor of English at Queens College, she is also on the faculty of the Ph.D. program in Urban Education at the CUNY Graduate Center. She has written on composition and rhetoric, literary studies, and : Judith Summerfield. As a book lover in library school, professor Margaret Monroe’s visionary work “Reader’s Services in the Context of the Public Library” spoke to the heart of what brought me to.
This book is a timely reconsideration of a long-standing but essential topic. University of London 'In arguing that public ownership needs to be radically rethought in order to be relevant and appropriate to the global economy of the twenty-first century, Reclaiming Public Ownership manages to fit in an improbable amount of scholarly depth.
This book is an indictment both of the unregulated expansion of affluent but rootless suburbs, where public open space is retained as little more than a token, and of modern industrialised food production, dependent upon chemical fertilisers and pesticides, cheap energy and transport, achieved at great ecological cost and ultimately unsustainable.
MIT professor Sherry Turkle talks about her book [Reclaiming Conversation], in which she examines the impact of the digital age on traditional conversation. “Reclaiming Fair Use will be an important and widely read book that scholars of copyright law will find a ‘must have’ for their bookshelves.
It is a sound interpretation of the law and offers useful guidance to the creative community that goes beyond what some of the most ideological books about copyright tend to say.”—Pamela.
Reclaiming Public Ownership tackles these issues head on, going beyond traditional leftist arguments about the relative merits of free markets and central planning to present a radical new conception of public ownership, framed around economic democracy and public participation in economic decision-making.
Cumbers argues that a reconstituted.A brilliantly presented book on the most debilitating health issues of the 21st century: trauma and PTSD. Reclaiming Life after Trauma is a road map to rewiring the brain and embodying wellness.
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