New Directions in Theory and Practice
A far-reaching look into contemporary Indigenous education, essential for anyone involved in culturally responsive education.
Celebrating the growth of a premier university in the heart of Detroit.
Jewish College Fraternities in the United States, 1895-1945
A history of Jewish fraternities and sororities in the early twentieth-century United States.
Entries from thousands of publications whether in English, Hebrew, Yiddish, and German on all aspects of Jewish education from pre-school through secondary education.
Jewish University Students in Germany, 1815-1914
By examining the lives and social dynamics of Jewish university students, Pickus shows how German Jews rearranged their self-images and redefined what it meant to be Jewish.
Poetic meditations on leadership challenges as dean of a small university campus in rural Alberta.
A significant and unique contribution to our understanding of reading, readers and literacy development.
A Woman, A School, A People
One woman’s determination to educate Malawian girls and change the future of a nation.
20 Years with the InsideOut Literary Arts Project
Twenty-three writers reflect on their experiences working with public school students as part of Detroit’s innovative InsideOut Literary Arts Project.
A Teacher’s Experiences in the South African War, 1899–1902
Canadian woman writes of teaching in concentration camps following South African War in 1902.
Are We There Yet?
Comprehensive examination of award-winning play’s revolutionary effect on teenage sex education via participatory theatre.
Jewish Students of Postwar Germany
Investigates the Jewish Displaced Persons who studied in German universities in the U.S. Occupied Zone of Germany immediately following World War II.
The Politics of Knowledge Production and the Teaching of the Literatures of Canada
Bilingual literary scholar builds bridges spanning institutional silos to found an inclusive "literatures of Canada."
Portrait of a Dynamic Ecosystem
Timely ecology of the Peace-Athabasca Delta, the threatened home of wildlife and indigenous cultures.
The Education of Jewish Girls in Tsarist Russia
Illuminates the role that private schools for Jewish girls played in Russian Jewish society and documents their influence on contemporary political discourse and educational innovation.
A Linguistic Approach
A classic reading-instruction text, updated to be more contemporary and teacher- and user-friendly.
Showcases the founding, development, and growth of Wayne State University, Michigan’s third largest public university, in historical photographs.
Judaism, State, and Education in Nineteenth-Century France
Explores the relationship between Judaism, state, and education in France from the establishment of the Jewish Consistory in 1808 until the separation of church and state in 1905.
Jewish Day School in the Lives of Adult Jews
A groundbreaking study on the impact of Jewish day schools in the lives of parents and children.
Identity, Community, Memory, (Post)Modernity
An innovative collection demonstrating the rich potential for interdisciplinary learning found within the network of university-based humanities centers.