New Books in Education

Interviews with Scholars of Education about their New Books

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 50m. Bisher sind 314 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts

episode 112: T. Paulus and A. Wise, "Looking for Insight, Transformation, and Learning in Online Talk " (Routledge, 2019)

The book offers a comprehensive discussion of conducting research on online talk...



episode 167: Wade Davies, "Native Hoops: The Rise of American Indian Basketball, 1895-1970" (UP of Kansas, 2020)

The game, as Davies notes, was not just something imposed upon Natives in locales such as the Indian Industrial Training School in Haskell, Kansas (and elsewhere). The game provided linkages to the Native past...



episode 111: Xueli Wang, "On My Own: The Challenge and Promise of Building Equitable STEM Transfer Pathways" (Harvard Education Press, 2020)

For decades, the shortage of STEM talents has been a national concern in the United States...



episode 110: Jeffery R. Young, "Beyond the MOOC Hype: A Guide to Higher Education’s High-Tech Disruption" (CHE, 2013)

Remember when Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) were going to shake higher education to its foundations by giving courses from the world’s most prestigious colleges and universities away free to the world?



episode 132: Y. F. Niemann and G. Gutiérrez y Muhs, "Presumed Incompetent II: Race, Class, Power, and Resistance of Women in Academia" (Utah State UP, 2019)

This book provides practical, specific, and insightful guidance to fight back, prevail, and thrive in challenging work environments...



episode 129: Sally Nuamah, "How Girls Achieve" (Harvard UP, 2019)

Nuamah makes the case for “feminist schools” that orient girls toward a lifetime of achievement...



episode 58: A Conversation with Chris Chapple, Part I: MA in Yoga Studies

In this interview, we have a candid conversation with Dr. Christopher Key Chapple of Loyola Marymount University...



episode 109: Michael B. Horn, "Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life" (Jossey-Bass, 2019)

What if everything we tell each other – and ourselves – about why we choose college isn’t true? Is higher education an ideal, a personal goal, or might it be a “job-to-be-done?”



episode 76: Saul J. Weiner, "On Becoming a Healer: The Journey from Patient Care to Caring about Your Patients" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2020)

Weiner argues that joy in medicine requires more than idealistic aspirations―it demands a capacity to see past the "otherness" that separates the well from the sick,...



episode 89: Claudia Rueda, "Students of Revolution: Youth, Protest, and Coalition-Building in Somoza-Era Nicaragua" (U Texas Press, 2019)

Rueda offers a history of student organizing against dictatorship in twentieth-century Nicaragua...


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