BOOK REVIEW: Normative Tensions: Academic Freedom in International Education
Edited by Kevin W. Gray and with essays by Sevgi Dugan, Yowei Kang, Sheng-mei Ma, Sevket Benhur Oral, John Ryder, Jim Sleeper, Kenneth C.C. Yang and Syd Waters. Lexington Books, New York. Hard cover
This ought to be one of the most important books on higher education published in 2022, dealing as it does with the export of US university education via satellite campuses overseas – to China, Singapore, Turkey, Qatar, Dubai, and others – where academic freedom is fragile at best, but where having a prestigious satellite campus can confer respectabilit…
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