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Muñoz-García, Ana Luisa – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2019
This article aims to analyse the multiple ways in which the neoliberal regulation of knowledge is negotiated by returning Chilean scholars. The data gathered suggest the construction of knowledge is highly regulated by a principle of intellectual endogamy. Intellectual endogamy is characterised by conservatism, reflected in a lack of diversity in…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, College Faculty, Peer Evaluation, Faculty Publishing
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Bal, Ellen; Grassiani, Erella; Kirk, Kate – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2014
This article is based on our own experiences and that of several of our colleagues teaching social and cultural anthropology in different Dutch institutions for higher learning. We focus in particular on teaching and learning in two small liberal arts and science (LAS) colleges, where anthropology makes up part of the social science curriculum…
Descriptors: Neoliberalism, Anthropology, Foreign Countries, Core Curriculum
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LeCompte, Margaret D. – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2014
This article describes how different constituencies in a major research university tried to initiate change despite disagreements over common goals, norms and principles. The context was a culture war. The university administration wanted to impose a corporatising and privatising philosophy which it felt was crucial to preserving the university's…
Descriptors: Research Universities, College Faculty, College Administration, Governance
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Shore, Cris; Davidson, Miri – Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences, 2014
As an early pioneer of market-led institutional reforms and New Public Management policies, New Zealand arguably has one of the most "neoliberalised" tertiary education sectors in the world. This article reports on a recent academic dispute concerning the attempt by management to introduce a new category of casualised academic employee…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Neoliberalism, Teacher Administrator Relationship, College Faculty