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Smart people who don't understand philosophy, in Quartz Link

"Discipline-blind admissions," in The Thoughtful College Search Link

Defending the Liberal Arts, in U.S. Intellectual History Blog Link

Melissa Dalgleish on the questions being asked and that should be asked about Ph.D. education Link

Attacks on academe in Turkey, in Blog of the American Philosophical Association Link

Why society needs historians, in The Social Historian Link

The challenges of most undergraduates vs. those at elite colleges, in The American Prospect Link

Chad Wellmon on the "permanent crisis" in the humanities Link

A call to defend the values of higher education, in U.S. Intellectual History Blog Link

The challenges facing Ph.D. education, in The Los Angeles Review of Books Link

History professors and technology, in More or Less Bunk Link

Getting work done in the summer, in Daily Nous Link

A call to change premed education, in Scientific American Link

Departmental personalities, in Ferule & Fescue Link

A defense of literary research, in Quills Link

Andrew Joseph Pegoda questions whether "Jeopardy" promotes intellectualism Link

Robin DeRosa on pedagogy Link

The wrong graduation gift, in Slate Link

How philosophers would fare in today's universities, in The Guardian Link

Commencement outrages real and imagined, in Historiann Link


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