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Academics, time and productivity, in Not of General Interest Link

Applying to college as an African-American Muslim, in McSweeney's Link

Matthew Kirschenbaum on the debates over the digital humanities Link

Questions for Yale's president about John Calhoun, in History News Network Link

How not to introduce women at scholarly meetings, in The Duck of Minerva Link

Biases and job candidates, in Bardiac Link

The end of the academic year, in Literature Should Mean Something in Your Life Link

A new blog on academe, in The Awl Link

The attacks on the M.F.A., in Medium Link

Robert Kelchen on a key missing data point on income-based repayment Link

The continuing debate over the treatment of military history by historians, in Historiann Link

Yale's decision on John Calhoun, in The Conversation Link

How academe hurts women's careers, in Quartz Link

Academe's similarities to "Game of Thrones," in Savage Minds Link

Daniel Drezner confesses to being a Luddite professor Link

The failed managerial university, in Demos Project Link

The myth of college hook-up culture, in Medium Link

Rethinking the role of college counselors, in College Counseling Culture Link

Why university-managed blogs matter, in LSE Impact Blog Link

The arrival of Trump studies, in Politico Link


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