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Peer review of teaching, in 21st Century Scholar Link

The vision for football at Sewanee, in Deadspin Link

Against conference interviews, in Historiann Link

Answering 'Time' on who should teach in college, in Academe Link

Inequality and economists, in Crooked Timber Link

A new blog, What Is It Like to Be a Foreigner in Academia? Link

The significance of the Title IX finding against Princeton, in Feministing Link

Advice for junior faculty members, in The Duck of Minerva Link

Teaching heterogeneous students, in Link

The meaning of the resignation of Michigan's athletics director, in Slate Link

Digital scholarship and the history of books, in Wynken de Worde Link

Social media and the travel of information in academe, in Hook & Eye Link

Mid-career status, in Reassigned Time 2.0 Link

Law schools and their buildings, in PrawfsBlawg Link

The "new brutalism" and higher ed, in Truthout Link

Visualizing annoying peer reviewers, in Grumpy Rumblings (of the Formerly Untenured) Link

When professors are required to take ethics training, in The Good Enough Professor Link

Transgender students and women's colleges, in Feministing Link

Influential and unethical psychology experiments, in Vox Link

When reviewers suggest citations and sources, in The Duck of Minerva Link


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