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Introduction: Higher Education, Engaged Anthropology, and Hegemonic Struggle
Boone W. Shear and Susan Brin Hyatt

Chapter 1. The reform of New Zealand's university system: 'after neoliberalism'
Cris Shore

Chapter 2. Universities and neoliberal models of urban development: using ethnographic fieldwork to understand the ‘Death and Rebirth of North Central Philadelphia’
Susan Brin Hyatt

Chapter 3. To market, to market to buy a … middle class life? Insecurity, anxiety, and neoliberal education in Michigan
Vincent Lyon-Callo

Chapter 4. Reading Neoliberalism at the University
Boone W. Shear and Angelina I. Zontine

Chapter 5. So many strategies, so little time … making universities modern
John Clarke

Chapter 6. Constructing Fear in Academia: Neoliberal Practices at a Public College
Dana-Ain Davis

Chapter 7. Autonomy and control: Danish university reform in the context of modern governance
Susan Wright and Jakob Williams Ørberg

Davydd Greenwood

Notes on Contributors

Learning Under Neoliberalism

Ethnographies of Governance in Higher Education

Edited by Susan Brin Hyatt, Boone W. Shear, and Susan Wright

228 pages, 1 illus., 1 table, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78238-595-0 Hb Published (March 2015)

ISBN  978-1-78533-526-6 Pb Published (April 2017)

eISBN 978-1-78238-596-7 eBook