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Meritocratic myths about higher education, in Jacobin Link

Getting the most out of academic talks, in Daily Nous Link

History as a form of love, in The Way of Improvement Leads Home Link

Law deans on why the law matters, in Balkinization Link

Why serendipity matters, in Feral Librarian Link

When your students know you are on a watch list, in Academe Link

Immigrants and history, in AHA Today Link

Students, professors, power and empathy, in Tales Told Out of School Link

When you don't get a raise, in Stressful Times for Psych Girl Link

If famous novelists were adjuncts, in McSweeney's Link

Trump and Cicero on torture, in A Don's Life Link

Lessons from Canada on dealing with an anti-science government, in Gizmodo Link

The decision to leave a tenured position, in Grumpy Rumblings (of the Formerly Untenured) Link

The letter and the spirit of ethics guidelines, in Ethical College Admissions Link

The new semester starts, in Bardiac Link

Thoughts on the march, from Mike the Mad Biologist Link

Humanities journals and elitism, in The Little Professor Link

A new office, in Delagar Link

Flaws in the arguments on both sides of the Israel boycott, in Duck of Minerva Link

Casualties of academic culture, in Meny Snoweballes Link


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