Around the Web

Teaching about death and violence, in The Duck of Minerva Link

Adjuncts and the broken system of higher ed, in Busynessgirl Link

Publishing an academic paper in economics, in The Grumpy Economist Link

Academic writing as a "painful, upper middle class dinner party," in The Thesis Whisperer Link

Hecklers and speakers, in PrawfsBlawg Link

Stephen Burd on DeVos, defrauded students and their debts Link

A new Norton anthology, in Quills Link

Patience and challenges to patient, in Not of General Interest Link

Unexpected lessons from finishing a dissertation, in Sister Ph.D. Link

Teaching controversial topics, in Scatterplot Link

Higher ed in the quest to win the Amazon competition, in Academe Link

The world of sorority rush consultants, in Town and Country Link

Why Democrats should abandon the free college idea, in Washington Monthly Link

Some types of students, in Lion or Serpent or Mathematician Link

Buying influence at the university, in Nobody Sasses a Girl in Glasses Link

The first week, in What Now? Link

How 'U.S. News' rankings promote inequality, in Politico Link

The politics of the DACA debate, in Remaking the University Link

How academics can survive the writing grind, in Literary Hub Link

2018 as the year of the angry white college graduate, in FiveThirtyEight Link


What Others Are Reading

  • Viewed
  • Past:
  • Day
  • Week
  • Month
  • Year
Back to Top