Wrecked: State Politics and the Deinstitutionalization of Public Higher Education

Barrett J. Taylor, University of North Texas

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Online via Zoom
@ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

This event was presented in collaboration with the Department of Educational Policy Studies at UW-Madison.

A man stands before a vibrant blue-green print featuring black lines which may be branches of a plant or flower. He is smiling directly at the camera. His light brown hair is short and worn off his face. His light brown mustache and beard is also worn short and peppered with gray. He wears a light blue button-down shirt with a black knitted tie. He also wears a dark gray jacket. His acetate eyeglasses are a blue-gray color and feature lenses in an inverted trapezoidal shape.Barrett J. Taylor (he/him) is professor and coordinator of the higher education program at the University of North Texas. He studies the relationship between universities and their environments, with attention to state politics and policy, institutional inequality, and the organization of academic work. He is the author of Wrecked (2022) and the coauthor of Unequal Higher Education (2019), both from Rutgers University Press.