Books reviewed in this article:

Thomas C. Hunt. The Impossible Dream: Education and the Search for Panaceas.

Lu Ann Jones. Mama Learned Us to Work: Farm Women in the Nm South.

Monda Halpern. And On That Farm He Had a Wife: Ontario Women and Feminism, 1900–1970.

Margaret A. Lowe. Looking Good: College Women and Body Image, 18751930.

Kirse Granat May. Golden State, Golden Youth: The California Image in Popular Culture, 1955–1966.

Lawrence Nelson. Rumors of Indiscretion: The University of Missouri “Sex Questionnaire” Scandal in the Jazz Age.

William Billingsley. Communists on Campus: Race, Politics, and the Public University in Sixties North Carolina.

Heather Murray. Come, Bright Improvement! The Literary Societies of Nineteenth-Century Ontario.

Elizabeth McHenry. Forgotten Readers: Recovering the Lost History of African-American Literary Societies.

Stephanie Newell. Literary Culture in Colonial Ghana: “How to Play the Game of Life.” Peter Kallaway (ed.). The History of Education under Apartheid 1948–1994.

R.J.W. Selleck The Shop: The University of Melbourne, 1850–1939.

R.J.W. Selleck and Stuart Macintyre. A Short History of the University of Melbourne.

Ruth Spack. America's Second Tongue: American Indian Education and the Ownership of English, 1860–1900.

Marilyn Irvin Holt. Indian Orphanages.

M.G. Brock and M.C. Curthoys, eds. The History of the University of Oxford. Vol. VII. Nineteenth-Century Oxford, Part 2.

Roberta Hamilton. Setting the Agenda: Jean Royce and the Shaping of Queen's University.

Michael C. Johanek. A Faithful Mirror: Reflections on the College Board and Education in America.

E. Grady Bogue and Jeffrey Aper. Exploring the Heritage of American Higher Education: The Evolution of Philosophy and Policy.

Stefan Muthesius. The Postwar University: Utopianist Campus and College.

Martha Mizell Puckett. Memories of a Georgia Teacher: Fifty Years in the Classroom.

Robert Cohen (ed.). Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters from Children of the Great Depression.