Is there a place for current affairs history? A well-known scholar of the Middle East argues that there is, citing news coverage of the Arab Spring.
College leaders will gather at White House today for new report on ways higher education can promote democratic awareness.
Study finds that economics departments rely on student evaluations to judge teaching skills of faculty -- even though many question fairness and accuracy of the ratings.
Amid tough job market, historians consider challenges to promoting nonacademic careers for new Ph.D.s.
The academic job market in history shows a modest gain, but some doubt that the supply of jobs is going to get much better.
Arizona State University reinstates head of its history faculty after removing him only days earlier.
Scholars discuss efforts to promote education and civility -- when Google may not encourage either, and some students seem to stay away.
In case that critics say shows a harassment policy out of control, U. of Denver professor plans to teach the same course that got him suspended.
Beloit College is elevating this responsibility so that it joins teaching, research and service in tenure decisions.
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