Harvard scholar documents costs of caring for soldiers hurt in Iraq, and Pentagon reacts -- by attacking researcher and changing U.S. Web sites.
Archivists see dispute at SMU as chance to focus attention on whether presidential libraries are losing access to key documents.
Full House of Representatives could vote soon to overturn executive order historians and archivists say has hindered research.
Major improvements sought in federal programs to promote foreign languages and area studies.
DePaul professor known for attacks on Israel and "Holocaust industry" wins faculty backing for tenure, but dean opposes promotion.
Harvey Mansfield comes to Washington to give the Jefferson Lecture and to talk to Inside Higher Ed in a podcast interview.
Tenure case enmeshed in Middle East debates also raises issues about collegiality and departmental authority.
Political scientists join other disciplines in considering how to be sure scholars are treated fairly when they collaborate.
Political scientist gets ready to end long career at Marquette to start a new university dedicated to the ideas of the 13th century thinker.
Political science journal publishes plan that would let would-be graduate students evaluate programs on something more important than reputation: whether they can land a good academic job.
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