Love it or hate it, composition professors report seeing an uptick in students' intentional use of single quotation marks outside their traditional context.
The American Psychological Association objects to a new book's portrayal of its role in government-sponsored enhanced interrogation practices in post-9/11 years.
Is making a practical case for the liberal arts necessary, or a trap? Attendees at St. John's College conference differ in their opinions.
How the College of New Jersey reimagined what professors can do.
Cathy Davidson’s no stranger to big ideas. But her latest project at CUNY Graduate Center might just be her biggest yet.
When a tenure bid goes south, is the professor entitled to know why? Experts say yes, but a faculty member at the U. of Missouri says the institution is holding out on his request for a reason.
New books on academic freedom and free speech argue that the most serious threats to academic freedom and free speech are coming from within higher education.
Privacy is paramount in dealing with sexual assault cases. But is there such a thing as too much privacy?
Several legal challenges suggest a key challenge for long-term adjuncts seeking jobs on the tenure track is age discrimination.
Most of the opposition to the U. of Illinois decision to block the hiring of Steven Salaita has come from the humanities, and most of the university's defenders are campus scientists. Why?
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