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Should authors be allowed to skip blind peer review?, in Leiter Reports Link

Post-tenure blogging, in Ferule & Fescue Link

Academic journals and international relations, in The Duck of Minerva Link

Questioning the value of grad committee meetings, in Prof-Like Substance Link

Setting priorities without deadlines, in Periodic Boundary Conditions Link

The battles over higher ed, after Virginia, in Slate Link

Graduates talking about the impact of debt on their lives, in The Billfold Link

The meanings of collegiality, in Reassigned Time Link

The idea of the "corporate university," in Balkinization Link

The start of summer, in Fie Upon This Quiet Life Link

Trying to help a student learn from mistakes, in Literature Should Mean Something in Your Life Link

The U.Va. controversy and the value of "incrementalism," in Roxie's World Link

The U.Va. controversy and online teaching, in Blogenspiel Link

The community of the liberal arts, in Easily Distracted Link

Myths about science education, in Slate Link

Sherman Dorn on life as a department chair Link

Issues to have considered in grad school, in 27 and a Ph.D. Link

Critics of social science, in The Monkey Cage Link

A syllabus for the future, in The Little Professor Link

Some frustrations with student evaluations, in Teaching College-Level Spanish Link

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