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The Enigmatic Academy: Class, Bureaucracy, and Religion in American Education


reviewed by Annette Hemmings — October 25, 2013

coverTitle: The Enigmatic Academy: Class, Bureaucracy, and Religion in American Education
Author(s): Christian J. Churchill & Gerald Levy
Publisher: Temple University Press, Philadelphia
ISBN: 1439907846, Pages: 234, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 25, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17297, Date Accessed: 3/26/2017 3:05:19 PM

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  • Annette Hemmings
    Edgewood College
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    ANNETTE HEMMINGS is a Professor in the School of Education at Edgewood College. She teaches graduate-level research courses and has conducted several ethnographic studies in public high schools on adolescent coming of age processes, youth cultures of hostility, teachers’ classroom authority, school reform and other topics. She has numerous publications including refereed journal articles, adjudicated book chapters and three books - Coming of Age in U.S. High Schools: Economic, Kinship, Religious, and Political Crosscurrents, Classroom Authority: Theory, Research and Practice and Urban Public High Schools: Foundations and Possibilities.
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