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Expedition Escape from the Classroom

Political Outings on the Campus and the Anxiety of Teaching IR

Breaking out of the classroom to explore how international relations manifest on campus

After Disruption

A Future for Cultural Memory

How we plan for and develop a more just, sustainable, and healthy future for memory infrastructure

Writing Recommendation Letters

The Discourse of Evaluation in Academic Settings

The first book-length guide to academic recommendation letters, supported by real-world examples

Theory and Practice

Bite-Sized Activities for Teaching Reading Skills

Provides theory-grounded activities and advice for adapting them to different reading levels

The Unplanned Lesson

How to Stop Searching for Activities and Start Engaging Students

Revamping lesson plans to be more flexible and engaging for language learners

Making Academic Presentations

What Every University Student Needs to Know

Encourages academic success by guiding students through the steps of an academic presentation

In Defense of Free Speech in Universities

A Study of Three Jurisdictions

Free expression is essential to the pursuit of truth

Breaking New Ground for SLIFE

The Mutually Adaptive Learning Paradigm

Second Edition

Helping educators support and teach students with limited or interrupted schooling

Becoming a Social Science Researcher

Quest and Context

The philosophical, sociological, and psychological dimensions of research

The Enduring Legacy

Structured Inequality in America's Public Schools

The moral failure of American structured inequality in education

Supporting the Growth of Graduate Writers

A Film

Short scenes with real writers and writing consultants illustrate strategies for addressing common graduate writing issues

Translating Human Rights in Education

The Influence of Article 24 UN CRPD in Nigeria and Germany

How the UN's right to inclusive education has resulted in school segregation for disabled students

Building Internationalized Spaces

Second Language Perspectives on Developing Language and Cultural Exchange Programs in Higher Education

Always Leading, Forever Valiant

Stories of the University of Michigan, 1817–2017

An engaging look at the history of the University of Michigan on its 200th birthday

"Destined to Fail"

Carl Seashore’s World of Eugenics, Psychology, Education, and Music

How eugenics became a keystone of modern educational policy


The UNC Scandal and College Athletics' Amateur Ideal

The Carolina Way and the myth of amateurism

Sing to the Colors

A Writer Explores Two Centuries at the University of Michigan

Strike for the Common Good

Fighting for the Future of Public Education

Teachers, students, parents, and scholars collectively tell the story of the current wave of teachers’ strikes in the U.S.

The Enduring Legacy

Structured Inequality in America’s Public Schools

The moral failure of American structured inequality in education

Critical Studies in Indian Grammarians I

The Theory of Homogeneity (Savar?ya)

Traces the history of a series of nuanced interpretations of an important concept in Sanskrit grammar

Everybody In, Nobody Out

Inspiring Community at Michigan's University Musical Society

A reflection on the power of the performing arts to engage and enrich communities