"This book is indeed an invaluable read for anyone concerned about the future of higher education in the twenty-first century. Although this book is not intended for theological education audiences, I believe they can use Nixon’s pointed insights to reflect on the challenges of globalization and its dehumanizing ethos for higher educational contexts and for theological school in particular. Theological schools are not exempt from these challenges and they offer both a capacity for embracing that which is just and resisting with hope that which is not." – Debora B. Agra Junker (Christian Theological Seminary), Teaching Theology & Religion
Draws together pedagogy with practice and explores the pedagogical implications of the work of leading public educators.