Berghahn Books Logo

berghahn New York · Oxford

Home -> Title


List of illustrations

Introduction: Neoliberalizing Undergraduate Experience
Bonnie Urciuoli

Chapter 1. John Dewey’s Philosophy of Education in the Neoliberal Age
Pauline Turner Strong

Chapter 2. Undergraduate Research in Veblen’s Vision: Idle Curiosity, Bureaucratic Accountancy and Pecuniary Emulation in Contemporary Higher Education
Richard Handler

Chapter 3. Empathy as Industry: An Undergraduate Perspective on Neoliberalism and Community Engagement at the University of Pennsylvania
Jack LaViolette

Chapter 4. Dirty Work: The Carnival of Service
John J. Bodinger de Uriarte and Shari Jacobson

Chapter 5. No Good Deed Goes Uncounted: A Reflection on College Volunteerism
Sarah Bergbauer

Chapter 6. From Service Learning to Social Innovation: The Development of the Neoliberal in Experiential Learning
Chaise LaDousa

Chapter 7. High Hopes and Low Impact: Obstacles in Student Research
Anastassia Baldrige

Chapter 8. The Experience Experts
Bonnie Urciuoli

Chapter 9. Moral Entanglements in Service-Learning
Christopher Cai and Usnish Majumdar

Chapter 10. Engineering Success: Performing Neoliberal Subjectivity through Pouring a Bottle of Water
Alex Posecznick

Chapter 11. Caught Between Commodification and Audit: Concluding Thoughts on the Contradictions in U.S. Higher Education  
Wesley Shumar


The Experience of Neoliberal Education

Edited by Bonnie Urciuoli

252 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78533-863-2 Hb Published (May 2018)

eISBN 978-1-78533-864-9 eBook