Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate (Expanded Edition)

Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate (Expanded Edition)

By: Todd C. Ream (author), John M. Braxton (author), Drew Moser (author), Ernest L. Boyer (author)Paperback

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Shifting faculty roles in a changing landscape Ernest L. Boyer's landmark book Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate challenged the publish-or-perish status quo that dominated the academic landscape for generations. His powerful and enduring argument for a new approach to faculty roles and rewards continues to play a significant part of the national conversation on scholarship in the academy. Though steeped in tradition, the role of faculty in the academic world has shifted significantly in recent decades. The rise of the non-tenure-track class of professors is well documented. If the historic rule of promotion and tenure is waning, what role can scholarship play in a fragmented, unbundled academy? Boyer offers a still much-needed approach. He calls for a broadened view of scholarship, audaciously refocusing its gaze from the tenure file and to a wider community. This expanded edition offers, in addition to the original text, a critical introduction that explores the impact of Boyer's views, a call to action for applying Boyer's message to the changing nature of faculty work, and a discussion guide to help readers start a new conversation about how Scholarship Reconsidered applies today.

About Author

ERNEST L. BOYER (1928 1995) was commissioner of education under President Jimmy Carter and served for 16 years as president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. DREW MOSER is dean of experiential learning and associate professor of higher education at Taylor University. TODD C. REAM is professor of higher education at Taylor University and research fellow with Baylor University's Institute for Studies of Religion. He is the coauthor of Christian Faith and Scholarship: An Exploration of Contemporary Developments, from Jossey-Bass. JOHN M. BRAXTON is professor of higher education at Vanderbilt University. He is the editor of Analyzing Faculty Work and Rewards: Using Boyer's Four Domains of Scholarship and Rethinking College Student Retention, both from Jossey-Bass.


About Ernest L. Boyer vii About the Editors ix About the Contributors xi Editors Acknowledgments xv A Note to the Reader xvii Foreword: Scholarship Reconsidered s Influence in Later Carnegie Foundation Work xxi Mary Taylor Huber PART ONE: THE IMPACT OF SCHOLARSHIP RECONSIDERED ON TODAY S ACADEMY 1 The Origins of Scholarship Reconsidered 3 Drew Moser and Todd C. Ream Boyer s Impact on Faculty Development 13 Andrea L. Beach The Influence of Scholarship Reconsidered on Institutional Types and Academic Disciplines 19 John M. Braxton Scholarship Reconsidered s Impact on Doctoral and Professional Education 31 Ann E. Austin and Melissa McDaniels How Scholarship Reconsidered Disrupted the Promotion and Tenure System 41 KerryAnn O Meara Acknowledgments 49 PART TWO: SCHOLARSHIP RECONSIDERED BY ERNEST L. BOYER 53 Scholarship over Time 55 Enlarging the Perspective 67 The Faculty: A Mosaic of Talent 77 The Creativity Contract 91 The Campuses: Diversity with Dignity 99 A New Generation of Scholars 109 Scholarship and Community 117 Appendix A: National Survey of Faculty (1989) 123 Appendix B: Technical Notes 157 Appendix C: Carnegie Classifications 159 Afterword: Advancing the Conversation around Scholarship Reconsidered 161 Cynthia A. Wells Discussion Guide 167 Notes 173 Index 195

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781118988305
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9781118988305
  • weight: 340
  • ISBN10: 1118988302
  • edition: Expanded Edition

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