Book Review on Early View: Scott Grills – Becoming Professors: The Scholarly Life and the Liberal Arts Campus #sssi #education

According to Scott Grills of “Roads Taken: The Professional Life, Scholarship in Place, and the Public Good” edited by Roger Epp and Bill Spellman is an “eclectic volume [that] captures the personal narratives of scholars whose life and work has been, at least in part, carried out in the context of small, public, liberal arts universities and colleges in the United States and Canada”.

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The review provides a thorough discussion of various themes covered by the chapters collected in the volume. “Experiencing Stigma, Doing Eclectic Scholarship, The Student–Teacher Relationship, The Problem of Place, and Scholarship in a Community Context”. The review can be downloaded here.

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