U.S. Higher Education and the Crisis of Care
AbstractThis essay situates the fate of the humanities within the broad perspective of the geopolitical economy of neoliberal capitalism. This article adapts Nancy Fraser’s historical analysis of the three phases of the “crisis of care” to understand our latest phase (1975–2017) of the capitalist world system. With respect to higher education, the shift towards privatization has had devastating effects, especially for the humanities and social sciences. By reconsidering the public and social benefits of higher education, we can restore the educational core of the humanities. View Full-Text
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Downing, D.B. U.S. Higher Education and the Crisis of Care. Humanities 2017, 6, 32.
Downing DB. U.S. Higher Education and the Crisis of Care. Humanities. 2017; 6(2):32.Chicago/Turabian Style
Downing, David B. 2017. "U.S. Higher Education and the Crisis of Care." Humanities 6, no. 2: 32.
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