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A Professor at the End of Time: The Work and Future of the Professoriate (Paperback)
  • A Professor at the End of Time: The Work and Future of the Professoriate (Paperback)
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A Professor at the End of Time: The Work and Future of the Professoriate (Paperback)

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Paperback 296 Pages / Published: 28/02/2017
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A Professor at the End of Time tells one professor's story in the context of the rapid reconfiguration of higher education going on now, and analyzes what the job included before the supernova of technological innovation, the general influx of less-well-prepared students, and the diminution of state and federal support wrought wholesale changes on the profession.

Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 9780813585925
Number of pages: 296
Weight: 372 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 14 mm


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"For those wondering what typical professors do, A Professor at the End of Time offers a carefully documented look under the hood. And for those wondering about the road ahead for higher education, it invites us to retain the best of yesterday's world while harnessing the potential of tomorrow's digital, cost-conscious world."--David G. Myers "Professor of Psychology, Hope College "
"A Professor at the End of Time is an engaging read that should interest current academics as they contemplate the future of their chosen profession. It will also be valuable to historians looking for an archive of data regarding the Golden Age of higher education by providing specific data to analyze. It paints a realistic model of what challenges faced Professor Best in his 34-year career and contains numerous narratives from his teaching. It also serves as a warning to professors everywhere that remaining complacent and believing that academia is monolithic and unchanging in the ivory tower is dangerous."--Review of Higher Education

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