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Literary history and sociology, in conversation, in The Stone and the Shell Link

An adjunct's letter to her students as she leaves teaching, in Green Chair Pictures Link

A new take on adjunct poverty, in The Onion Link

Clashing norms on deference to professors, in Scatterplot Link

Problems with the STEM vs. STEAM debate, in Creative Automata Link

"Illiberal" as the word of the backlash against protests by black students, in Racism Review Link

In-state football rivalries as a form of class warfare, in Slate Link

Ethics and early action admissions, in Ethical College Admissions Link

Ethics and science journalism, in Columbia Journalism Review Link

Improving academic meetings, in Historista Link

The Paris attacks and "the abuse of history," in Durham History Blog Link

Hunger strikes as a protest tactic, in Lawyers, Guns & Money Link

PowerPoint presentations in the social sciences, in Grumpy Rumblings of the Formerly Untenured Link

Pushing through the peer review process, in Ferule & Fescue Link

Rules for blogging in academe, in Bardiac Link

Writing "political correctness run amok" articles, in Medium Link

Amardeep Singh on the controversial Yale email on offensive costumes Link

Clay Shirky on the digital revolution in higher ed Link

The future of the think tank, in The Washington Monthly Link

A first-hand account of being on a campus when violence strikes, in Historiann Link


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