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PARENTHOOD AND ACADEMIA MAKING REFORM WORK The Case for Transforming American Higher Education Robert Zemsky “Higher education’s best ‘critical friend,’ Bob Zemsky, has crafted a diagnosis and reform agenda that is comprehensive, engaging, and smart. This book should be required reading for anyone who runs a college or university, or purports to make policy in this arena.” —Peter Ewell, National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS) 256 pp • 1 illustration • 978-0-8135-4591-2 • Cloth $25.95T $18.00 DOING DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION Faculty Leaders Share Challenges and Strategies Edited by Winnifred R. Brown-Glaude “This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of diversity work on the ground and the crucial role of collaboration among faculty leadership and administrators. It is an invaluable resource for those involved in diversifying higher education in a challenging legal environment.” —Lee Bollinger, President, Columbia University 320 pp • 978-0-8135-4447-2 • Paper • $26.95S $19.00 RIVERGATE REGIONALS COLLECTION RUTGERS SINCE 1945 A History of the State University of New Jersey Paul G. E. Clemens Rutgers since 1945 achieves two high purposes with distinction and eloquence: it richly recounts how an institution whose origins were private and pre-Revolutionary emerged in the late twentieth century as one of America’s best public research universities, and it deepens our understanding of the momentous developments that shaped and propelled all of higher education in the modern era. Professors and presidents are well represented in Paul Clemens’s book, but its distinguishing feature is an extensive, insightful portrait of students and student life.” —Richard L. McCormick, President Emeritus-Rutgers University 368 pp • 38 photographs, 1 map, 1 table • 978-0-8135-6421-0 Cloth • $34.95T $24.00 Making Reform Work The Case for Transforming American Higher Education Robert Zemsky Paul G. E. Clemens A History of the State University of New Jersey Rutgers since 1945 PhD Edited by MARY RUTH MAROTTE, PAIGE MARTIN REYNOLDS, and RALPH JAMES SAVARESE Essays on Fatherhood by Men in the Academy Women Write about Motherhood and Academic Life Edited by ELRENA EVANSandCAROLINE GRANT Foreword byMIRIAM PESKOWITZ PhD Academic Motherhood How Faculty Manage Work and Family Kelly Ward and Lisa Wolf-Wendel Mary Ann Mason Nicholas H. Wolfinger Marc Goulden DO BABIES MATTER? GENDER AND FAMILY IN THE IVORY TOWER RUTGERS A 250th Anniversary Portrait Edited by Nita Congress Rutgers: A 250th Anniversary Portrait brings to life two and a half centuries of excellence in higher education. In celebration of this auspicious milestone, this limited edition commemorative book includes an eclectic mix of historical narrative, archival artifacts, and personal stories and memories from alumni. This beautifully illustrated book, with over 200 images of new and archival photographs, revisits people and programs, achievements and discoveries, with an eye toward the next 250 years. 304 pp • 200 color illustrations • 978-1-9089-9006-8 • Cloth $70.00S $49.00 FORTHCOMING A PROFESSOR AT THE END OF TIME The Work and Future of the Professoriate John Best 256 pp • 6 x 9 • 978-0-8135-8592-5 • Paper • $29.95S EDUCATION STUDIES BOOKS from DO BABIES MATTER? Gender and Family in the Ivory Tower Mary Ann Mason, Nicholas H. Wolfinger, and Marc Goulden “Illuminating. Do Babies Matter? is the first comprehensive examination of the relationship between family formation and the academic careers of men and women.” Academe 208 pp • 13 graphs, 3 tables • 978-0-8135-6080-9 • Paper $28.95S $20.00 Families in Focus ACADEMIC MOTHERHOOD How Faculty Manage Work and Family Kelly Ward and Lisa Wolf-Wendel “A timely, practical book that reveals one of the academy’s best kept secrets. The life of a professor is a rich and satisfying life even for mothers!” —Mary Ann Mason, author of Mothers on the Fast Track 272 pp • 978-0-8135-5385-6 • Paper • $27.95F $20.00 PAPA, PHD Essays on Fatherhood by Men in the Academy Edited by Mary Ruth Marotte and Paige Reynolds Ralph “An interesting and well-written collection of essays on fatherhood in the academy. The authors’ candid revelations about their desires for family, for work, for themselves, and how these are realized, modified, or sacrificed highlights how men are also influenced by social norms, institutional constraints, and the interpersonal relationships of family life.” Men and Masculinities 272 pp • 978-0-8135-4879-1 • Paper • $21.95T $15.00 MAMA, PHD Women Write about Motherhood and Academic Life Edited by Elrena Evans and Caroline Grant Mama, PhD gives an accurate glimpse into the feelings and conflicts that mothers in academia don’t often reveal because such disclosure is felt to be unprofessional.” —Karen V. Hansen, author of Not-So-Nuclear Families: Class, Gender, and Networks of Care 288 pp • 978-0-8135-4318-5 • Paper • $19.95T $14.00 RAISED AT RUTGERS A President’s Story Richard L. McCormick Raised at Rutgers: A President’s Story captures in a single volume the experiences of a lifetime. An engaging and intelligent story of one person’s journey through the halls of the academy, it is profoundly personal, yet it resonates with lessons for all of us who have accepted the wonderful vocation of higher education.” —John Sexton, President, New York University 288 pp • 22 photographs • 978-0-8135-6474-6 • Cloth $27.95T $20.00 INDIAN SPECTACLE College Mascots and the Anxiety of Modern America Jennifer Guiliano “A welcome addition to both scholarly and popular debates about the cultural appropriaton of American Indian images as sports mascots... Scholars of cultural history, American Indian studies, and ethnic studies will find this book particularly useful, and the general reading public will find Giuliano’s narrative revelatory. Highly recommended.” CHOICE 194 pp • 13 photographs • 978-0-8135-6554-5 • Paper $27.95F $20.00 Critical Issues in Sport and Society FORTHCOMING

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  • PARENTHOOD AND ACADEMIA

    MAKING REFORM WORKThe Case for Transforming American Higher EducationRobert Zemsky“Higher education’s best ‘critical friend,’ Bob Zemsky, has crafted a diagnosis and reform agenda that is comprehensive, engaging, and smart. This book should be required reading for anyone who runs a college or university, or purports to make policy in this arena.”—Peter Ewell, National Center for Higher

    Education Management Systems (NCHEMS)256 pp • 1 illustration • 978-0-8135-4591-2 • Cloth $25.95T $18.00

    DOING DIVERSITY IN HIGHER EDUCATIONFaculty Leaders Share Challenges and StrategiesEdited by Winnifred R. Brown-Glaude“This book makes an important contribution to our understanding of diversity work on the ground and the crucial role of collaboration among faculty leadership and administrators. It is an invaluable resource for those involved in diversifying higher education in a challenging legal environment.”—Lee Bollinger, President, Columbia University320 pp • 978-0-8135-4447-2 • Paper • $26.95S $19.00

    RIVERGATE REGIONALS COLLECTION

    RUTGERS SINCE 1945A History of the State University of New JerseyPaul G. E. Clemens“Rutgers since 1945 achieves two high purposes with distinction and eloquence: it richly recounts how an institution whose origins were private and pre-Revolutionary emerged in the late twentieth century as one of America’s best public research universities, and it deepens our understanding of the momentous developments that shaped and propelled all of higher education in the modern era. Professors and presidents are well represented in Paul Clemens’s book, but its distinguishing feature is an extensive, insightful portrait of students and student life.”—Richard L. McCormick, President Emeritus-Rutgers

    University368 pp • 38 photographs, 1 map, 1 table • 978-0-8135-6421-0 Cloth • $34.95T $24.00

    Robert Zemsky is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania where he heads The Learning Alliance. A lead-ing voice for American higher edu-cation reform for three decades, his influential works include The Struc-ture of College Choice, the first major study of the market for higher educa-tion; Higher Education as Competitive Enterprise, a comprehensive typology of higher education; and Remaking the American University (Rutgers University Press), presenting a host of new, often radical ways to think about American higher education.

    Author photo: Eric Forberger PhotographyJacket photograph: © iStockphoto.com/Skip O’Donnell

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    Making Reform Work The Case for Transforming

    American Higher Education

    Robert Zemsky

    Making Reform Work offers three rules for successful college and university transformation: don’t vilify, don’t play games, and come to the table with a well-thought-out strategy rather than a sharply worded lamentation.

    Robert Zemsky, one of a select group of scholars who participated in Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings’s 2005 Commission on the Future of Higher Education, signed off on the commission’s report with reluctance. In Making Reform Work he presents the ideas he believes should have come from that group to forge a practical agenda for change. Zemsky argues that improving higher education will require enlisting facul-ty leadership, on the one hand, and, on the other, a strategy for chang-ing the higher education system writ large.

    Directing his attention from what can’t be done to what can be done, Zemsky provides numerous sugges-tions and concludes by proposing a series of dislodging events that could break the gridlock that today holds higher education reform captive.

    Education

    “Higher education’s best ‘critical friend,’ Bob Zemsky, has crafted a diagnosis and reform agenda that is comprehensive, engaging, and smart. This book should be required reading for anyone who runs a college or university, or purports to make policy in this arena.”

    —Peter Ewell,National Center for Higher Education Management Systems (NCHEMS)

    “Vintage Zemsky: an insightful, provocative, pragmatic, and downright com-pelling account of what urgently needs changing in American higher educa-tion. A ‘must read.’”

    —William F. Massy,Honoring the Trust

    “Robert Zemsky distinguishes himself yet again as a premier thought leader for American higher education. He substitutes solid data and uncommon sense for the rhetoric of lament, providing the parameters of pragmatic strat-egies for improving on what is, after all, a remarkably successful but imper-fect system.”

    —Joel M. Smith,vice provost and chief information officer, Carnegie Mellon University

    Robert Zemsky’s Making Reform Work is a practical narrative of ideas that begins by describing who is saying what about American higher education—who’s angry, who’s disappointed, and why. Most of the pleas for changing American colleges and universities that originate outside the academy are lamentations on a small number of too often repeated themes. The critique from within the academy focuses on issues principally involving money and the power of the market to change colleges and universities. Sandwiched between these perspectives is a public that still has faith in an enterprise that it really doesn’t understand.

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    RUTGERSA 250th Anniversary PortraitEdited by Nita CongressRutgers: A 250th Anniversary Portrait brings to life two and a half centuries of excellence in higher education. In celebration of this auspicious milestone, this limited edition commemorative book includes an eclectic mix of historical narrative, archival artifacts, and personal stories and memories from alumni. This beautifully illustrated book, with over 200 images of new and archival photographs, revisits people and programs, achievements and discoveries, with an eye toward the next 250 years.304 pp • 200 color illustrations • 978-1-9089-9006-8 • Cloth $70.00S $49.00

    FORTHCOMINGA PROFESSOR AT THE END OF TIMEThe Work and Future of the ProfessoriateJohn Best256 pp • 6 x 9 • 978-0-8135-8592-5 • Paper • $29.95S

    EDUCATION STUDIES BOOKS from RUTGERS UNIVERSITY PRESS

    DO BABIES MATTER?Gender and Family in the Ivory TowerMary Ann Mason, Nicholas H. Wolfinger, and Marc Goulden“Illuminating. Do Babies Matter? is the first comprehensive examination of the relationship between family formation and the academic careers of men and women.”—Academe208 pp • 13 graphs, 3 tables • 978-0-8135-6080-9 • Paper $28.95S $20.00Families in Focus

    ACADEMIC MOTHERHOODHow Faculty Manage Work and FamilyKelly Ward and Lisa Wolf-Wendel“A timely, practical book that reveals one of the academy’s best kept secrets. The life of a professor is a rich and satisfying life even for mothers!”—Mary Ann Mason, author of Mothers

    on the Fast Track272 pp • 978-0-8135-5385-6 • Paper • $27.95F $20.00

    PAPA, PHDEssays on Fatherhood by Men in the AcademyEdited by Mary Ruth Marotte and Paige Reynolds Ralph“An interesting and well-written collection of essays on fatherhood in the academy. The authors’ candid revelations about their desires for family, for work, for themselves, and how these are realized, modified, or sacrificed highlights how men are also influenced by social norms, institutional constraints, and the interpersonal relationships of family life.”—Men and Masculinities272 pp • 978-0-8135-4879-1 • Paper • $21.95T $15.00

    MAMA, PHDWomen Write about Motherhood and Academic LifeEdited by Elrena Evans and Caroline Grant“Mama, PhD gives an accurate glimpse into the feelings and conflicts that mothers in academia don’t often reveal because such disclosure is felt to be unprofessional.”—Karen V. Hansen, author of Not-So-Nuclear Families:

    Class, Gender, and Networks of Care288 pp • 978-0-8135-4318-5 • Paper • $19.95T $14.00

    RAISED AT RUTGERSA President’s StoryRichard L. McCormick“Raised at Rutgers: A President’s Story captures in a single volume the experiences of a lifetime. An engaging and intelligent story of one person’s journey through the halls of the academy, it is profoundly personal, yet it resonates with lessons for all of us who have accepted the wonderful vocation of higher education.”—John Sexton, President, New York University288 pp • 22 photographs • 978-0-8135-6474-6 • Cloth $27.95T $20.00

    INDIAN SPECTACLECollege Mascots and the Anxiety of Modern AmericaJennifer Guiliano“A welcome addition to both scholarly and popular debates about the cultural appropriaton of American Indian images as sports mascots... Scholars of cultural history, American Indian studies, and ethnic studies will find this book particularly useful, and the general reading public will find Giuliano’s narrative revelatory. Highly recommended.”—CHOICE194 pp • 13 photographs • 978-0-8135-6554-5 • Paper $27.95F $20.00Critical Issues in Sport and Society

    FORTHCOMING

  • DEFINING STUDENT SUCCESSThe Role of School and CultureLisa M. Nunn“In Defining Student Success, Nunn demonstrates that she is a careful and nuanced writer who brings life and character into her discussion of how ideas about success are negotiated within the schools she studied.”—Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández,

    author of The Best of the Best: Becoming Elite at an American Boarding School

    224 pp • 2 figures, 1 table • 978-0-8135-6361-9 • Paper $25.95S $18.00

    RUTGERS SERIES IN CHILDHOOD STUDIES

    PRODUCING EXCELLENCEThe Making of VirtuososIzabela WagnerAn in-depth study of nearly one hundred young children studying violin in Western Europe, Producing Excellence illuminates the process these musicians undergo to become elite international soloists. The research Wagner conducted—at rehearsals, lessons, and in other educational settings—enabled her to gain insight into what distinguishes these talented prodigies, shedding new light on the development of exceptional musical talent.336 pp • 1 table • 978-0-8135-7005-1 • Paper • $34.95S $24.00

    Celebrity,Controversy,and a StudentJournalismRevolution

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    INVESTIGATING INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATIONTheory and Practice across DisciplinesEdited by Scott Frickel, Mathieu Albert and Barbara Prainsack“A most welcome contribution, filled with richly detailed case studies conducted by a stellar array of scholars. This volume scrutinizes key assumptions of the case for interdisciplinarity.”—Jerry A. Jacobs, author of In Defense of Disciplines256 pp • 10 figures, 7 tables • 978-0-8135-8588-8 • Paper $29.95S $21.00

    ENVISIONING THE FACULTY FOR THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURYMoving to a Mission-Oriented and Learner-Centered ModelEdited by Adrianna Kezar and Daniel Maxey“To promote the health of your educational programs and faculty, start here—with evidence and practice-based knowledge on the working lives and impacts of the many kinds of instructors who educate our students, advance knowledge, and sustain our institutions.”—Lisa Lattuca, University of Michigan256 pp • 6 figures, 4 tables • 978-0-8135-8100-2 • Cloth $49.95S $35.00

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    EDUCATION STUDIES BOOKS from RUTGERS UNIVERSITY PRESSSEX AND THE UNIVERSITYCelebrity, Controversy, and a Student Journalism RevolutionDaniel Reimold“Move over, Carrie Bradshaw. Reimold has enthusiastically and exhaustively tackled our erotic fixation with the college sex columnist. He adeptly lives up to his reputation as the preeminent authority on college paper sex scribes with a work that is sure to instigate even more discourse—and debate—on this controversial topic.”—Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD, MSEd, author of Sultry Sex Talk

    to Seduce Any Lover248 pp • 978-0-8135-4806-7 • Paper • $19.95T $14.00

    TRANSLATING CHILDHOODSImmigrant Youth, Language, and CultureMarjorie Faulstich Orellana“Translating Childhoods should be required reading for educators and future teachers. It provides a refreshing and important view of children as active contributors to communities and society.”—Lucinda Pease-Alvarez, University of California224 pp • 978-0-8135-4523-3 • Paper • $28.95S $20.00

    RACE AMONG FRIENDSExploring Race at a Suburban SchoolMarianne Modica“With rich narratives, solid data, and a refusal to smooth over problematic areas that exist when discussing whiteness and racism, Race among Friends addresses important issues with insight, clarity, and a call to (re)commit ourselves to pursing strategies for undoing whiteness and racism in ourselves and in the teaching environment.”—Alice McIntyre, Hellenic College, Brookline, MA206 pp • 1 halftone, 3 tables • 978-0-8135-7343-4 • Paper $26.95S $19.00

    CITY KIDSTransforming Racial BaggageMaria Kromidas“I highly recommend this unique interdisciplinary work, which contributes to childhood studies and race studies with vivid ethnography.”—Lauren Silver, Rutgers University208 pp • 1 figure, 2 tables 978-0-8135-8478-2 • Paper • $27.95S $20.00

    A NEW DEAL FOR THE HUMANITIESLiberal Arts and the Future of Public Higher EducationEdited by Gordon Hutner and Feisal G. Mohamed“This book is an important companion and corrective to recent work. The cases made in these valuable essays are varied, subtle, and provocative, and affirm that nothing could be more important than to invest our public dollars in the humanities crucible of effective citizenry and global awareness.”—Susanne Woods, Council of Independent Colleges210 pp • 2 graphs, 7 tables • 978-0-8135-7323-6 • Paper $27.95S $20.00

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