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75 Jahre Ekkehard Schröder: Ein kleiner GrußTranskulturelle Betrachtungen im Umgang mit Flücht Curare 41 (3-4): 75-86
  • Peter Kaiser
H6/KGT [CURARE-]0344-8622in thematic issue 'Grenzgänge zwischen Ethnologie, Medizin und Psychologie'
Glass ceiling or murky waters: the gendered and racialized pathway to full professorship in Canada2022 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 59 (1): 23-42
  • Karen Robson
  • Rochelle Wijesingha
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
Indigenous teacher training: university as a territory of resistance?2022 Runa: archivo para la ciencias del hombre 43 (1): 57-75
  • Angela Maria Araújo Leite
  • Maria Aparecida Bergamaschi
0325-1217English and Spanish summaries
The University of Merida and the strengthening of the secular clergy in Yucatan, 17th-18th centuries2021 Estudios de historia novohispana (64): 121-59
  • Rafael Patrón Sarti
  • Rodolfo Aguirre Salvador
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]2448-6922English summary
A “leaky” pipeline and chilly climate in archaeology in Canada2021 American antiquity 86 (2): 261-82
  • Catherine L. Jalbert
  • Lisa Overholzer
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Anthropology at the University of the South Pacific: from past dynamics to present perceptions2021 The Australian journal of anthropology 32 (1): 33-53
  • Kim Andreas Kessler
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1757-6547
Cameras of merit or engines of inequality? College ranking systems and the enrollment of disadvantaged students2021 American journal of sociology 126 (6): 1307-46
  • James Chu
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Indigenization, institutions, and imperatives: perspectives on reconciliation from the CSA decolonization sub-committee2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (1): 105-17
  • Jeff Denis
  • Rima Wilkes
  • Rochelle Côté
  • Vanessa Watts
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the everyday life of university communities in northeast Brazil?2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 43-64
  • Alessa Cristina Pereira de Souza
  • Anne Gabriele Lima Sousa de Carvalho
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Spanish summaries
Reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 89-91
  • Jean M. O'Brien
  • K. Tsianina Lomawaima
  • Kelly Mcdonough
  • Robert Warrior
2332-1261introduction to special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Morrill issues and academic liberalism2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 92-6
  • David R. Roediger
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
The wealth of knowledge: Land-Grab universities in a British imperial and global context2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 97-105
  • Caitlin P. A. Harvey
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
“Drawing a line from their institution”: one origin story of indigenous GIS design2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 106-11
  • Mark Palmer
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
“Unrefutable responsibility”: mapping the seeds of settler futurity and seeding the maps of indigenous futurity2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 112-22
  • Marcel Brusseau
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Stolen lands and stolen opportunities2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 123-8
  • Randall Akee
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Repaying a debt? The performance of Morrill Act university beneficiaries as measured by Native enrollment and graduation rates2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 129-38
  • Donna Feir
  • Maggie E. C. Jones
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Myths, erasure, and violence: the immoral triad of the Morrill Act2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 139-44
  • Amanda R. Tachine
  • Bryan McKinley
  • Jones Brayboy
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
“We grow the ivy”: Cornell's claim to indigenous dispossession2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 145-50
  • Angela A. Gonzales
  • Judy Kertész
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Campuses, colonialism, and land grabs before Morrill2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 151-6
  • Alyssa Mt. Pleasant
  • Stephen Kantrowitz
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Reckoning with the original sin of land-grant universities: remaining land-grant fierce while insisting on contrition and repentance2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 157-61
  • Stephen M. Gavazzi
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
The future is in the past: how land-grab universities can shape the future of higher education2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8: 162-8
  • Theresa Stewart-Ambo
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
The future of land-grab universities2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 169-75
  • Jennifer Giuliano
  • Meredith McCoy
  • Roopika Risam
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Looking forward from land-grab universities2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 176-82
  • Robert Lee
  • Tristan Ahtone
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Parents, partners, and professions: reproduction and mobility in a cohort of college women2021 American journal of sociology 127 (1): 102-51
  • Elizabeth A. Armstrong
  • Laura T. Hamilton
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
In the absence of Rhodes: decolonizing South African universities2021 Ethnic and racial studies 44 (3): 396-414
  • Vibe Nielsen
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
“A new understanding and appreciation for the marvel of growing things”: exploring the college farm’s contribution to transformative learning2021 Food Culture and Society 24 (3): 481-98
  • Amanda S. Green
H6/KF [FOOD-]1751-7443
School of Anthropology and history of northern Mexico. A decade from the north2021 Anales de antropología 55 (2): 279-82
  • Daniel Calderón Carrillo
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225
Notions of (in)dependence at a Papua New Guinean university2021 Oceania 91 (2): 181-96
  • Ivo Syndicus
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
"Ethnology and ancient history of Chile". An unpublished lecture by Max Uhle at Universidad de Chile 19142021 Chungará 53 (2): 301-13
  • Jorge Pavez Ojeda
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182English summary
Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 441-2
  • Awish Aslam
  • Kieran Mangot
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171introduction to thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
The lotus flower: Black students learning and loving through the anti-Black labyrinth of higher ed2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 443-6
  • Gabriel E. Etienne
  • Kayonne Christy
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
“This space is not for me”: BIPOC identities in academic spaces2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 447-9
  • Cheyanne Thomas
  • Kristen Kowlessar
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
Dis/orienting sociology towards a critical phenomenology of whiteness2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 450-2
  • Pedrom Nasiri
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
How wide is the gap? Examining gender income disparities among private career college graduates2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 419-40
  • Brad Seward
  • Roger Pizarro Milian
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic issue 'Sociology of professions'; French summary
Symposium introduction: Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 441-2
  • Awish Aslam
  • Kieran Maingot
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
The Lotus Flower: Black students learning and loving through the anti-Black labyrinth of higher ed2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 443-6
  • Gabriel E. Etienne
  • Kayonne Christy
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
“This space is not for me”: BIPOC identities in academic spaces2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 447-9
  • Cheyanne Thomas
  • Kristen Kowlessar
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
Dis/orienting sociology towards a critical phenomenology of whiteness2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (3): 450-2
  • Pedrom Nasiri
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in thematic section 'Student voices on systemic racism within sociology departments'
Socioeconomic segregation, campus social context, and disparities in bachelor's degree attainment2021 Demography 58 (3): 1039-64
  • Dafna Gelbgiser
1533-7790
Introduction: regulatory governance of higher education in Latin America2021 Bulletin of Latin American research 40 (4): 483-6
  • Jacint Jordana
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Regulatory governance of higher education in Latin America'
The ‘regulatory state’ in higher education: assuring quality through new modalities of control in Brazil2021 Bulletin of Latin American research 40 (4): 487-500
  • Flavia Maria De Mattos Donadello
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Regulatory governance of higher education in Latin America'
Governance and regulation of the Peruvian university system: overcoming reform resistance through quality assurance policies2021 Bulletin of Latin American research 40 (4): 501-17
  • Jose I. Tamara
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Regulatory governance of higher education in Latin America'
Regulation and quality assurance agencies of higher education in Mexico2021 Bulletin of Latin American research 40 (4): 518-33
  • Bolivar Portugal-Celaya
  • Ixchel Pérez-Durán
  • Jimena Hernández-Fernández
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Regulatory governance of higher education in Latin America'
More money, more problems: quality assurance in higher education in Chile (2006-2018)2021 Bulletin of Latin American research 40 (4): 534-48
  • Antoine Maillet
  • Mireya Davila
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Regulatory governance of higher education in Latin America'
Does alma mater matter? An audit study of labour market outcomes of Canadian Bachelor’s Degree recipients2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (4): 456-75
  • Ann L. Mullen
  • Brigham Walker
  • Gabriel Menard
  • Jayne Baker
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
Teaching gender in higher education2021 Anuário antropológico (Rio) 46 (1): 11-22
  • Andrea Moraes Alves
H6 [ANUARIO-]2357-738XEnglish summary
Presenting the special issue: new colleges, new campi, new anthropologies: teaching, alterities and the expansion of higher education in Brazil2021 Anuário antropológico (Rio) 46 (1): 25-38
  • Natacha Simei Leal
H6 [ANUARIO-]2357-738Xintroduction to special issue 'Novas universidades, novos campi, novas antropologias: docências, alteridades e expansão do Ensino Superior no Brasil'; English summary
For an anthropology in Caatinga: brief essay on the anthropology bachelor’s program at Univasf and the interiorization of higher education in Brazil2021 Anuário antropológico (Rio) 46 (1): 39-57
  • Natacha Simei Leal
H6 [ANUARIO-]2357-738Xin special issue 'Novas universidades, novos campi, novas antropologias: docências, alteridades e expansão do Ensino Superior no Brasil'; English summary
An anthropologist in the Brazilian Zona da Mata or values, ideals, and diversity in higher education2021 Anuário antropológico (Rio) 46 (1): 58-77
  • Guillermo Vega Sanabria
H6 [ANUARIO-]2357-738Xin special issue 'Novas universidades, novos campi, novas antropologias: docências, alteridades e expansão do Ensino Superior no Brasil'; English summary
Is it possible to guaranize the university? Initial reflections on anthropology and the presence of indigenous students at UEMS in Amambai (MS)2021 Anuário antropológico (Rio) 46 (1): 78-99
  • Diógenes Egídio Cariaga
H6 [ANUARIO-]2357-738Xin special issue 'Novas universidades, novos campi, novas antropologias: docências, alteridades e expansão do Ensino Superior no Brasil'; English summary