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An essential read for all interested in the past—and future—of cities and the colleges and universities that shape them."—Margaret O'Mara, University Missing: peoples university.
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A cursory reading of the history of US colleges and universities reveals that campus crime has been part of collegiate life since the Colonial Era, yet it was not until the late s that it suddenly became an issue on the public stage.
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Upending the Ivory Tower illuminates how the Black Power movement, which was borne out of an effort to edify the most disfranchised of the black masses, also took root in the hallowed halls of America’s most esteemed institutions of higher education.
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Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) Conference. Exploding the ivory tower myth Academia makes a considerable and valued contribution to society that goes far beyond commercialisation of applied research, as Professor Alan Hughes, co-author of the first in-depth study of all UK university–business interactions, explains.
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A groundbreaking exploration of the intertwined histories of slavery, racism, and higher education in America, from a leading African American historian.A report commissioned by Brown University revealed that institution's complex and contested involvement in slavery--setting off a controversy that leapt from the ivory tower to make headlines across the country.
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Côté and Anton L. Allahar (University of Toronto Press, ). Ivory Tower Blues has garnered a good deal of media attention since it was published earlier this year, perhaps because the media always loves a good “crisis.” In a nutshell, the authors. Well, start waving and yelling, because it is the so-called Oxford comma and it is a lot more dangerous than its exclusive, ivory-tower moniker might suggest.
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Perhaps the foremost study in that regard is Stephen H. Norwood’s The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower: Complicity and Conflict on American Campuses.
Like Leff, Norwood, coeditor of the Encyclopedia of American Jewish History, detailed endless shabby acts by academic powers-that-were.
Get this from a library. God's people in the ivory tower: religion in the early American university. [Robert Stephen Shepard]. Naomi Oreskes (born Novem ) is an American historian of became Professor of the History of Science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Harvard University inafter 15 years as Professor of History and Science Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
She has worked on studies of geophysics, environmental issues such as global Alma mater: Imperial College, University of London. Mike S. Adams (born Columbus, Mississippi, Octo ) is an American conservative political columnist, writer, author and professor at University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW).
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