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EDHE 6710: Organization and Administration of Higher Education

Useful library information for EDHE 6710, Organization and Administration of Higher Education, Clifford P. Harbour, J.D., Ed.D.

Required Readings for EDHE 6710

Biesta, G. G. (2007).  Towards the knowledge democracy: Knowledge production and the civic role of the university.  Studies in the Philosophy of Education 26, 467 – 479.

Biesta, G. G. (2011) How useful should the university be?: On the rise of the global university and the crisis in higher education. Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume 20(1), 35-47.

Clark, B. R. (1960). The "cooling-out" function in higher education. The American Journal of Sociology, 65(6), 569-576.

Ehrenberg, R. G. (2012).  American higher education in transition. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26(1), 193-216.

Evans, P. B. & Sewell, Jr., W. H. (2013). Neoliberalism: Policy regimes, international regimes, and social effects. In P. A. Hall & M. Lamont (Eds.). Social Resilience in the Neoliberal Era (pp. 35 - 68). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Gonzales, L. D. (2014).  Framing faculty agency inside striving universities: An application of Bourdieu’s theory of practice.  The Journal of Higher Education 85(2), 193 – 218.

Harbour, C. P. & Wolgemuth, J. R. (2013).  Giorgio Agamben and the Abandonment Paradigm: A new form of student diversion in public higher education.  The Review of Higher Education (36)2, 235 – 254.

Harbour, C. P. & Wolgemuth, J. R. (2015).  The reconstruction of community college vocational education: A vision for renewing American democracy.  Community College Review 43(4), 315 – 328.

Harbour, C. P. (2020). Dominant and shadow narratives regarding the desegregation of North Carolina public higher education. Community College Review, 48(2), 156–172.  

Marginson, S. (2016).  High participation systems of higher education. The Journal of Higher Education 87(2), 243 – 271.

Nguyen D. J., Linley, J. L., Woodford, M. R., & Renn, K. A. (2020).  et al. Exploring LGBTQ+ Students’ Awareness of Housing and Antidiscrimination Policies Across Institutional Type. Journal of College & University Student Housing 46(3), 28–45.

Olssen, M. & Peters, M. A. (2005).  Neoliberalism, higher education and the knowledge economy: from the free market to knowledge capitalism.  Journal of Education Policy 20(3), 313 – 345.

Taylor, B. J. & Cantwell, B.  (2015).  Global competition, US research universities, and international doctoral education: Growth and consolidation of an organizational field.  Research in Higher Education 56, 411 – 441.

Taylor, Z. W., & Reddick, R. J. (2020). The Eyes of History Are Upon You: Toward a Theory of Intellectual Reconstruction for Higher Education in a Post-Truth Era. Review of Higher Education, 44(2), 167 - 188 

 

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