ABSTRACT

First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

chapter |8 pages

Bench Talk

part |2 pages

Student Movements— Beyond the University

chapter 1|14 pages

Teaching Student Activism

ByEILEEN EAGAN

chapter 2|10 pages

Debating Tlatelolco: Thirty Years of Public Debates

ByThirty years of Public Debates about the Mexican Student Movement of 1968

chapter 3|20 pages

Between Berlin and Berkeley, Frankfurt and San Francisco

ByThe Student Movements of the 1960s in Transatlantic Perspective

part |2 pages

Students in Unions— Rethinking the University

chapter 4|12 pages

Unionizing for a More Democratic and Responsive University

ByANITA SETH

chapter 5|16 pages

What Is a University? Anti-Union Campaigns in Academia

ByKIMBERLY PHILLIPS-FEIN

part |2 pages

Historians for Social Justice

chapter 7|10 pages

The Glass Tower

ByHalf Full or Half Empty?

chapter 8|10 pages

Toxic Torts

ByHistorians in the Courtroom

chapter 9|10 pages

The Most Craven Abdication of Democratic Principles

ByOn the U.S. Attack on Iraq

part |2 pages

Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Activism

chapter 10|20 pages

Forging Activist Alliances:

ByIdentity, Identification, and Position

chapter 12|16 pages

Producing for Use and Teaching the Whole Student:

ByCan Pedagogy Be a Form of Activism?

chapter 13|10 pages

Teaching Across the Color Line:

ByA Warning About Identity Politics in the Classroom

chapter 14|22 pages

2.5 Cheers for Bridging the Gap Between Activism and the Academy; or, Stay and Fight

ByTo Which Is Added an Account of Radical Scholar-Activists in the Wake of the Iraq War

chapter |6 pages

Contributors