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Number 93, Spring 2012

Table of Contents


Introduction: College for Dollars?

pp. 4-11

Teaching in the Commercialized Community College

pp. 12-21

The Leading Edge of Corporatization in Higher Ed: For-Profit Colleges

pp. 22-28

Learners and a Teacher, For Profit

pp. 29-34

Why We Should Support Organizing in the For-Profits

pp. 35-37

Academic Freedom in the Corporate University

pp. 38-45

Book Reviews

The Gift of Education: Public Education and Venture Philanthropy (review)

pp. 46-47

Fight for Your Long Day (review)

pp. 47-49

Teaching Notes

When a Text Transforms a Course: Cowhey's Black Ants and Buddhists

pp. 49-51

Teaching Michelle Cliff's No Telephone to Heaven in a Postcolonial Context

pp. 51-52

Which Way Home (directed by Rebecca Cammisa, HBO Films, 2009, 82 minutes)

pp. 53-54

The Original Occupy Wall Street: Melville's "Bartleby, the Scrivener"

pp. 54-55

News for Educational Workers

News for Educational Workers

pp. 55-59

Contributors' Notes

Contributors' Notes

pp. 59-60

Research Areas


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