- Hartlep, N. D., & Scott, D. P. (2016). Asian/American curricular epistemicide: From being excluded to becoming a model minority. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense.
Book has been praised: https://psmag.com/news/why-are-asian-americans-missing-from-our-textbooks
- Martin, L., Fasching-Varner, K., & Hartlep, N. (2017). Pay to play: Race and the perils of the college sports industrial complex. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
- Hartlep, N., Eckrich, L. T., & Hensley, B. O. (Eds.). (2017). The neoliberal agenda and the student debt crisis in U.S. higher education. New York: Routledge.
- Ellen Condliffe Lagemann, Liberating Minds: The Case for College in Prison, 2017, The New Press
I would welcome an opportunity to review this book -- or at the very least suggest strongly that it be reviewed. Dr. Lagemann's credentials for writing on the topic are unlikely to be surpassed, and she has demonstrated time and again her ability to tackle important topics.
My credentials for reviewing it include a year teaching in two New Jersey correctional facilities, active involvement with the Campaign to End the New Jim Crow in the state, a year or teaching a course on the topic at The College of New Jersey, and familiarity with much of the literature on mass incarceration. I should note, however, that I have met Dr. Lagemann (April 2016, at the John Dewey Centennial) and took Dr. Cremin's history of ed course 40 years ago when she was his grad assistant.
You may have already assigned the book to another reviewer, which is good, or question my impartiality, which I would understand. But I do hope that TCR reviews the book. Thank you.
- Ira Rabois, Compassionate Critical Thinking: How Mindfulness, Creativity, Empathy, and Socratic Questioning Can Transform Teaching (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016).