This series is dedicated to contemporary perspectives on leadership learning, which includes leadership teaching, education, development, and scholarship. The series is intended to appeal to academic researchers, leadership scholars, leadership educators, and university instructors looking for thought provoking reference material for classroom use. The purpose of the series is to highlight foundational knowledge and emerging innovations in scholarship on curriculum, pedagogy, and methodology of teaching and learning in leadership. The series will feature entire volumes written by authors and edited volumes with multiple contributors. Each volume will showcase a different topic critical to the research and practice of leadership teaching and learning. With this approach, the mission of the series is to examine the complexities of leadership learning from a variety of perspectives to give the audience access to breadth and depth of scholarship in this area, as well as provide contemporary reference material and textbooks for leadership learning in the classroom.