Publications

Journal Articles

The Rise and Professionalization of the American Fundraising Model in Higher Education

Skinner, N. (November 2019). Philanthropy & Education, 3(1), 23–46. DOI 10.2979/phileduc.3.1.02

The Rise of the Organisational Society in Canadian and U.S. Textbooks: 1836-2011

Choi, M. & D’Apice, H., and Skinner, N. (September 2020). Globalisation, Societies and Education. DOI: 10.1080/14767724.2020.1814700

Individual and Collective Social Justice Education: Comparing Emphases on Human Rights and Social Movements in Textbooks Worldwide

Skinner, N. and Bromley, P. (October 2019). Comparative Education Review, 63(4), 502-528. DOI 10.1086/705428.

Integrating Wikipedia Editing into Health Professions Education: A Curricular Inventory and Review of the Literature

Maggio, L.A., Willinsky, J.M., Costello, J.A., Skinner, N.A., Martin, P.C., and Dawson, J. (October 2020). Perspectives on Medical Education. DOI: 10.1101/2020.03.19.20039339

BOOK Chapters

Marketing the American University: Professionalization of Development in Entrepreneurial Universities

Skinner, N. and Ramirez, F. (2019). In Christensen, T., Gornitzka, A., and Ramirez, F. (eds.). Universities as Agencies: Reputation and Professionalization. Palgrave Macmillan. DOI:
10.1007/978-3-319-927

World Culture, Education, and Organization.

Choi, M., D’Apice, H., Skinner, N., and Bromley, P. (Forthcoming). In Mattei, P., Dumay, X., Mangez, E., and Behrend J. (eds.). Oxford Handbook on Education and Globalization.

Web-Based Articles

A Legacy of Groundbreaking Feminism: Myra Strober Shares Her Story

Skinner, N. (2016). Gender News. Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University.

Learning & Dreaming in Ixil

Skinner, N. (2015). Notes from the Horizon. Limitless Horizons Ixil.

The Battle Over Sex and Language in California’s Schools: Reviewing Classroom Wars

Skinner, N. (2016). Gender News. Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University.

Mentoring Program Inspires Girls to Explore Careers in STEM

Skinner, N. (2012). FemChat. Institute for Women’s Policy Research.

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