Whose University Is It, Anyway? paints a dynamic portrait of what goes on behind the scenes at today's Canadian universities. In compelling accounts, the contributors discuss how equity and gender shape their experiences as they explore the realities they face as professors, teaching assistants, students, contingent faculty, tenured faculty and administrative staff. This is a timely and important contribution.The most important changes were: women no longer gain or lose entitlement to registration as a result of marriage; the ... ofhigher education (61a77). ... Empowering Aboriginal voice in Aboriginal education. ... The Indian Actpast andpresent: A manual on registration and entitlement legislation. ... Vancouver: UBC Press.
|Title||:||Whose University is It, Anyway?|
|Author||:||Sandra Acker, Anne Wagner, Kimine Mayuzumi|
|Publisher||:||Canadian Scholars’ Press - 2008|