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Is Rising Inequality the Fault of ‘The 9.9 Percent’?

An argument that well-paid professionals benefit from and serve to perpetuate our increasingly stratified society.

Magickal Realism

Scott McLemee reviews The Last Witches of England: A Tragedy of Sorcery and Superstition by John Callow.

Equity and Justice in Teaching Quantitative Methods

While such methods are often considered value-free and unbiased, we must recognize how our classroom practices can reinforce oppressive ideologies and narratives, writes Kamden K. Strunk.

Do You Read Books on Higher Ed During ‘Normal’ Working Hours?

With a list of books on higher education that I’ve reviewed so far in 2021.

Perceptual Blindness

Why we fail to see problems that are right in front of our eyes.

Building Better Global Pathways and Strengthening Transfer Advising

Solving for transfer means solving for overall global credit mobility.

Dogs and My Academic Life

Kevin P. Reilly describes how, over his career, his three different dogs have each had the appropriate personality to help him get through that specific phase of his life.