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The Gleam of Light

The Gleam of Light
Naoko Saito, Foreword by Stanley Cavell
". . . Exemplifies a vision of education as cooperative inquiry in which heterogenous voices resound yet experiential authority in its full force operates."—Journal of Philosophy of Education

A Time for the Humanities

A Time for the Humanities
Edited by James J. Bono, Tim Dean, and Ewa Plonowska Ziarek
"Opens a battlefront and conversation that is likely to preoccupy the next generation."—Tom Cohen, University at Albany

The Last Professors

The Last Professors
Frank Donoghue
"People sometimes believe that they were born too late or too early. After reading Donoghue's book, I feel that I have timed it just right, for it seems that I have had a career that would not have been available to me had I entered the world 50 years later. Just lucky, I guess."—The New York Times

Class Degrees

Class Degrees
Evan Watkins
"One of America's foremost scholars of work, class, and education at the top of his game."—Catherine Prendergast, University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana

The Humanities and the Public Life

Speaking for the Humanities
The New School, Center for Public Scholarship

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