TOC: New work on the UC system in History of Education Quarterly 61 (3)

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History of Education Quarterly volume 61, issue 3 has published and is available on Cambridge Core. This is a special issue on Higher Education in the United States.

Links below provide free access to individual articles on the publisher's website.

Editorial Introduction

New Directions in Higher Education History
A. J. Angulo, Jack Schneider

Special Issue Articles

How Austerity Politics Led to Tuition Charges at the University of California and City University of New York
Jennifer M. Nations

The Right to Residency: Mobility, Tuition, and Public Higher Education Access
Camille Walsh

What Happened to Your College Town: The Changing Relationship of Higher Education and College Towns, 1940–2000
Kate Rousmaniere

Policy Dialogue

The Problems and Promises of Higher Education in the United States
Sara Goldrick-Rab, David Labaree

Article

"Subtle, vicious effects": Lillian Steele Proctor's Pioneering Investigation of Gifted African American Children in Washington, DC
Sevan G. Terzian

And seven book reviews

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