Acquisitions in Higher Education at Rutgers University Press
Rutgers University Press seeks books that explore recent developments and public policy issues in higher education in the United States, such as rising tuition and student debt; drop-out rates; tenure and academic freedom; campus labor; the expansion of administrative posts and salaries; the crisis in humanities and the arts; the corporate university and for-profit colleges; controversy in sports programs; and gender, racial, ethnic, and class dynamics. Series books will feature scholarship from a variety of disciplines, including cultural and ethnic studies; the social sciences; and history.
For general information and guidelines, contact Katie Keeran, Associate Editor, Rutgers University Press.
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