Swarthmore College

This is a bibliography drawn from a Zotero collection maintained by Timothy Burke and Rachel Sagner Buurma. It includes works used in the first-year seminar Why College? as well as works on the history of higher education, current policy debates on higher education, intellectual histories of the concept of “liberal arts”, and other materials of interest to the Aydelotte office in its research and ongoing conversation.

The anti-racist writing workshop: how to decolonize the creative classroom
Author – Felicia Rose Chavez
On Acknowledgments
Author – Emily Callaci
Predatory Inclusion and Education Debt: Rethinking the Racial Wealth Gap
Author – Louise Seamster
Predatory Inclusion and Education Debt: Rethinking the Racial Wealth Gap
Author – Louise Seamster
Between citizens and the state: the politics of American higher education in the 20th century
Author – Christopher P. Loss
From Power to Prejudice
Education for struggle: the American labor colleges of the 1920s and 1930s
Author – Richard J. Altenbaugh
Introduction: Commemorating the Sixtieth Anniversary of the President’s Commission Report, “Higher Education for Democracy”
Author – Julie A. Reuben
Introduction: Commemorating the Sixtieth Anniversary of the President’s Commission Report, “Higher Education for Democracy”
Author – Julie A. Reuben
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