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Books in Education  Johns Hopkins University Press press.jhu.edu   2

Diploma Mills

Reengineering the University

Social, Political, and Economic Challenges

How For-Profit Colleges Stiffed Students, Taxpayers, and the American Dream

How to Be Mission Centered, Market Smart, and Margin Conscious

fourth edition

A. J. Angulo

William F. Massy

American Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century

edited by Michael N. Bastedo, Philip G. Altbach, and Patricia J. Gumport “An indispensable reference . . . An

“A. J. Angulo has produced our first his-

“William Massy is a complex, deeply

tory of the industry, which has a more

knowledgeable man: half hopeless

complex and varied past than any of

romantic about the value and high

us imagined. No matter what you think

purposes of higher education and half

impressive volume that those

about for-profit colleges and universi-

pragmatic engineer focused on costs,

concerned with the future of Ameri-

ties, you’ll surely profit by reading this

efficiency, and metrics. That combina-

can colleges and universities should

pathbreaking book.”—Jonathan

tion proves to be just right for this

acquire.”—Journal of Higher Education

Zimmerman, author of Whose

wise and insightful book.”—Michael S.

Outreach and Engagement

America? Culture Wars in the Public Schools

2016 560 pp., 12 graphs 978-1-4214-1990-9 $32.95 pb / e-book

2016

192 pp., 1 halftone, 12 graphs

978-1-4214-2007-3

$29.95 hc / e-book

McPherson, The Spencer Foundation

2016 256 pp., 30 line drawings 978-1-4214-1899-5 $32.95 hc / e-book

Knowledge Games How Playing Games Can Solve Problems, Create Insight, and Make Change Karen Schrier “By examining the intersection of crowdsourcing and games, Schrier provides a novel perspective on the role of games in society. This innovative book will resonate with students and scholars interested in game studies, computer science, and education.”—Zoë B. Corwin, coeditor of Postsecondary Play: The Role of Games and Social Media in Higher Education Tech.edu: A Hopkins Series on Education and Technology

2016 288 pp., 18 halftones 978-1-4214-1920-6  $34.95 hc / e-book


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“Altbach provides impressive insight into the way globalization and inter-

Campus Sexual Assault

Courtrooms and Classrooms

College Women Respond

A Legal History of College Access, 1860–1960

edited by A. J. Angulo “Nothing could be more important than

Lauren J. Germain Aimed at students, parents, faculty members, university leaders, service

Scott M. Gelber “A stunningly original book. Nothing like

nationalization have impacted and

miseducation. We live in a world where

providers, and lawmakers, Campus

this has been written in the history of

changed higher education. An important

myth passes for truth and vice versa,

contribution by the leading scholar in the

thanks partly to our failure to study how

field.”—Hans (J.W.M.) de Wit, editor of Trends, Issues and Challenges in Internationalisation of Higher Education

sustained. This book is a healthy and

Sexual Assault seeks to put an end to the silence around sexual trauma by giving voice to those closest to it and providing tools for others to hear—and to act.

higher education. Succinct and lucid, Courtrooms and Classrooms combines legal literature and arguments with materials that bring to life the historical contexts of legal cases.”—Roger L. Geiger, author of The History of American Higher Education: Learning and Culture from the Founding to World War II

2016 336 pp., 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-1926-8 $34.95 pb / e-book

ignorance is created, propagated, and welcome tonic!”—Robert N. Proctor, Stanford University

2016 368 pp., 3 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-1932-9 $32.95 pb / e-book

2016 128 pp. 978-1-4214-1905-3

$29.95 hc / e-book

2016 264 pp. 978-1-4214-1884-1

$44.95 hc / e-book

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Philip G. Altbach

Miseducation A History of Ignorance-Making in America and Abroad

Books in Education 

Global Perspectives on Higher Education


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The 160-Character Solution

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How Text Messaging and Other Behavioral Strategies Can Improve Education Benjamin L. Castleman “Castleman does a wonderful

Palace of Ashes China and the Decline of American Higher Education Mark S. Ferrara “Interesting, provocative, and original. Ferrara adopts a progressive position to critique

job explaining how behav-

neoliberal trends while also

ioral science can be used in

defending the humanities and

a concrete way to improve

liberal learning more gener-

educational outcomes. No

ally.”—Robert A. Rhoads,

one has brought these ideas

coauthor of China’s Rising

together in one book focused

Research Universities: A New Era of Global Ambition

on education before.” —Josh Wright, ideas42

2015 160 pp. 978-1-4214-1874-2  $22.95 hc / e-book

2015 216 pp. 978-1-4214-1799-8  $29.95 hc  / e-book

Diversity’s Promise for Higher Education

Rethinking Education and Poverty

Undisciplining Knowledge

Making It Work

edited by William G. Tierney

Interdisciplinarity in the Twentieth Century

second edition

“This landmark book represents

Daryl G. Smith

a highly original and substantial

“A must-read for anyone work-

contribution to the literature

ing in higher education . . . This

on poverty and education. The

book offers a deep, broad, and

diverse authors Tierney has

forward-looking approach to

collected are luminaries in the

making Diversity’s Promise

field, and their scholarship and

for Higher Education a closer, rather than a distant reality.” —Review of Higher Education

2015 376 pp., 27 charts 978-1-4214-1734-9  $32.95 pb / e-book

theoretical insights are equal to their reputations.”—Kenneth M. Kempner, Southern Oregon University

2015 296 pp., 26 line drawings 978-1-4214-1768-4  $34.95 pb / e-book

Harvey J. Graff “I am fascinated by

Undisciplining Knowledge. The most comprehensive and complicating examination of interdisciplinary study yet undertaken. Graff pushes on the boundaries of received wisdom.”—Mike Rose, author of Why School? Reclaiming

Education for All of Us

2015 344 pp. 2 halftones, 7 line drawings 978-1-4214-1745-5  $44.95 hc / e-book


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“A helpful, highly readable guide

Robert A. Rhoads “A timely book that not only defines and describes MOOCs

to the landscape of higher edu-

but also situates the MOOC

cation, Breakpoint is effectively

phenomenon within a cultural

informed by Jon McGee’s long experience in the field.” —Stephen R. Lewis Jr., Carleton College

2015 192 pp., 16 line drawings 978-1-4214-1820-9  $26.95 pb / e-book

context.”—Claire Howell Major, author of Teaching Online: A

Guide to Theory, Research, and Practice Reforming Higher Education: Innovation and the Public Good Series Editors:William G.Tierney and Laura W. Perna

2015 184 pp. 978-1-4214-1779-0  $29.95 hc / e-book

Changing the Face of Engineering The African American Experience edited by John Brooks Slaughter, Yu Tao, and Willie Pearson, Jr. “Changing the Face of

Engineering is rigorous, employs and reports the best national data, and confronts an important problem from multiple perspectives.”—David E. Drew, author of STEM the Tide: Reforming Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education in America

2015 448 pp., 31 line drawings 978-1-4214-1814-8  $49.95 hc / e-book

Left Behind

University Reform

Urban High Schools and the Failure of Market Reform

The Founding of the American Association of University Professors

Edward P. St. John, Victoria J. Milazzo Bigelow, Kim Callahan Lijana, and Johanna C. Massé “A compelling narrative examining the social relations among politics, policy systems, and on-the-ground educational practice.”—Luis Mirón, coauthor of Urban Schools: The New

Social Spaces of Resistance

2015 208 pp., 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-1787-5  $34.95 hc / e-book

Hans-Joerg Tiede foreword by Michael Bérubé “This book provides insight into the tensions inherent in the American university system and inspiration for the role professors might play in successfully addressing them.”—Joan W. Scott, Institute for Advanced Study

2015 288 pp., 12 halftones 978-1-4214-1826-1  $34.95 hc / e-book

Johns Hopkins University Press press.jhu.edu   5

Jon McGee

MOOCs, High Technology, and Higher Learning

Books in Education 

Breakpoint The Changing Marketplace for Higher Education


NE W IN P AP E RBACK

Books in Education  Johns Hopkins University Press press.jhu.edu   6

Remaking College

Those Good Gertrudes

Presidencies Derailed

Organizing Enlightenment

Innovation and the Liberal Arts

A Social History of Women Teachers in America

Why University Leaders Fail and How to Prevent It

Information Overload and the Invention of the Modern Research University

Geraldine J. Clifford

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, Gerald B. Kauvar, and E. Grady Bogue

Chad Wellmon

edited by Rebecca Chopp, Susan Frost, and Daniel H. Weiss “This collection of essays is both clear-

“Those ‘Good Gertrudes’—the women

sighted about challenges facing small,

who dedicated some part of their lives

liberal arts colleges and inspiring for the

to teaching—finally have a great histo-

ways in which it clearly illustrates both

rian to tell this important, missing story.

the great flexibility of the sector and the

This stands as a landmark work in the

deeply held values that fuel its continu-

social history of education.”—John R.

ing creativity.”—S. Georgia Nugent,

Thelin, author of A History of American

Kenyon College

Higher Education

2013 232 pp., 3 line drawings 978-1-4214-1978-7 $29.95 pb / e-book

2014 496 pp., 18 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-1979-4 $34.95 pb / e-book

“Without qualification, this book is and will remain the classic on why university presidents succeed or fail. Not to mention the lessons also apply to all top leadership!”—Warren Bennis, University of Southern California

2013 184 pp., 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-1987-9 $34.95 pb / e-book

“An important story told by Wellmon . . . His exposition is deeply grounded in intellectual, rather than social, history.”—Choice

2015 368 pp. 978-1-4214-1988-6

$34.95 pb / e-book


R ECE NT L Y P UBL ISHE D How Universities Work John V. Lombardi The single best description of the inside workings of contemporary universities.

2013 240 pp. 978-1-4214-1122-4  $24.95 pb / e-book

Designing the New American University

A radical blueprint for reinventing

The Rise and Decline of Faculty Governance

eleventh edition

Professionalization and the Modern American University

American Association of University Professors

Larry G. Gerber

Wikipedia U Knowledge, Authority, and Liberal Education in the Digital Age Thomas Leitch

of American higher education.

Explores the battle between the

2014 384 pp. 2 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-1-4214-1422-5  $29.95 pb / e-book

American higher education.

The essential guide to the

There was a time when the

top-down authority traditionally

2015 360 pp., 18 line drawings 978-1-4214-1723-3  $34.95 hc / e-book

AAUP’s best practices and

faculty governed universities.

ascribed to experts and schol-

policies for higher education,

Not anymore.

ars and the bottom-up authority

2014 264 pp. 978-1-4214-1463-8  $29.95 pb / e-book

exemplified by Wikipedia.

now in its centennial edition.

2014 432 pp. 978-1-4214-1637-3  $49.95 hc / e-book

John R. Thelin A dynamic and thoughtful collection documenting the history

Tech.edu: A Hopkins Series on Education and Technology

2014 176 pp. 978-1-4214-1535-2  $29.95 hc / e-book

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Books in Education 

Essential Documents in the History of American Higher Education


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