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Joshua Adam Anderson on anger in academe Link

"Death by a thousand cuts" in the humanities, in Restructuring Public Higher Ed Link

Observing classroom teaching, in Excelsior Link

Gratitude and lack thereof, in Now, What Was I Doing? Link

The advantages of saying "Yes, but ...," in Grumpy Rumblings of the (Formerly) Untenured Link

Defending the Kansas professor and his controversial tweet, in Academe Link

Education and economic growth, in OrgTheory.net Link

Academic conferences and child care, in Shedding Khawatir Link

Sabbatical thinking, in Ferule & Fescue Link

Trying to get everything done, in The Age of Perfection Link

Academic self-loathing, in Love and Disdain Link

Roopika Risam on the state of the digital humanities job market Link

The interconnectedness of science, in Uncertain Principles Link

Metrics and their impact on the quality of education, in Changing Universities Link

Anti-intellectual intellectuals, in An und fur sich Link

Why non-adjuncts need to care about adjunct issues, in More or Less Bunk Link

David Glance on the long-lasting impact of academic publishing Link

The first two weeks with tenure, in Teaching College-Level Spanish Link

The rise of Gothic architecture on campuses, in The Atlantic Link

The chaotic nature of education, in Uncertain Principles Link

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