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From the Publisher"This work is an inspiring addition to both resources in higher education as well as women's studies resources. It is highly recommended in university reference collections."
American Reference Books Annual
"Researchers looking for a feminist slant in the reference literature on education will find it here. Designed for scholars, students and 'first-time inquirers,' this volume aims to record 'the knowledge gained from a half-century of intensive research relating to women in higher education' . . . The 'explicitly feminist approach' sets this volume apart . . . and makes it worth considering for education and women's studies collections in academic libraries."
"Women in Higher Education is able to provide an overarching perspective on the topic . . . a valuable work that helps the reader understand the stride made, as well as the continuing barriers facing women in academic life. College and university libraries, especially those supporting gender and women studies programs, will find it a valuable purchase."
Against the Grain
"Women in HIgher Education is a real achievement and a worthy addition to academic libraries."
"Readers seeking recent information on a variety of topics about women in higher education in the United States will benefit from this book. . . . Women in Higher Education deserves a place on one's bookshelves."
The Journal of Higher Education