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FW: Democratizing Higher Education is Now Available for Pre-order


Dear Colleagues,


The new HETL book titled, Democratizing Higher Education: International Comparative Perspectives, by Routledge is now available for pre-order. See


A few reviews on the book:

"This timely book helpfully reminds us that higher education was once (and might yet be again?) considered and discussed in terms of its wider contribution to culture and civilisation, as well as to social inclusiveness and equity, all in the context of a (re-)discovered core ethos of political, ethnic, and social justice."

--David Palfreyman, Director of the Oxford Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies, Oxford University

"Through the authors' compelling case studies on social, cultural, economic and political issues in diverse communities, the reader can quickly understand the commonalities to all quality higher education programs across international borders. Applause to Blessinger and Anchan for providing an excellent resource that presents significant ideas with a trajectory for higher education systems."

--Barbara Cozza, Associate Professor, St. John's University

"A democratically engaged society demands a citizenry that can critically think and challenge the forces that oppose it. Higher education is key. This volume offers a global look at how several nations strive to make higher education a reality for all its citizens as well as the challenges they face in doing so. It is a must-read for any student or professor of international higher education studies."

--Jill Alexa Perry, Executive Director, Carnegie Project on the Educational Doctorate



Kind regards,


Dr. Patrick W. Blessinger@DrBlessinger

Executive Director & Chief Research Scientist, International HETL Association

Adjunct Faculty, School of Education, St. John's University, New York City
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education

Senior Scholar, Institute for Meaning-Centered Educationz

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