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Who are Universities for?: Re-making Higher Education

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Higher education in the United Kingdom is no longer suited for the role it was intended to play in society. Today’s students struggle with unprecedented levels of debt, and, upon graduating, many of them will face a tough job market dominated by poorly paid internships.

Who Are Universities For? argues for a radical change in the organization of higher education in the
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published October 11th 2018 by Bristol University Press
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My first book, Romeo and Juliet in Palestine, is about a semester I spent teaching at Al-Quds University - which has campuses in Jerusalem and in the West Bank - in 2013. It is about students and teachers who face ordinary dilemmas – taking an exam, falling in love, skipping class - in extraordinary circumstances. I've recently published a new book, Who are universities for?, with 2 colleagues. It ...more