Challenging the Professionalization of Adult Education: John Ohliger and Contradictions in Modern Practice
"John Ohliger made you angry, made you think, made you laugh, made you want to sing, made you read literature late into the night and poetry when you might have been working. His remarkable story is of the making of the most influential adult education intellectual in the United States of the twentieth century working outside the university. Grace and Rocco deliver the goods on this complex and challenging activist adult educator."
—Budd Hall, director, Office of Community-Based Research, University of Victoria
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