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December 7, 2018
In advance of International Human Rights Day, Scott McLemee reviews Authoritarianism: Three Inquiries in Critical Theory, by Wendy Brown, Peter E. Gordon and Max Pensky.
December 7, 2018
A poem by Laurence Musgrove on reading books.
December 6, 2018
The more academics seek to inform and shape policy, the more they must confront efforts to undermine their influence, writes Linda Stamato.

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December 6, 2018
Advice from the inside on how to reduce stress and use your school's resources more effectively.
December 6, 2018
. . . and how we actually could, if we make writing a practice, not a punitive test.

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May 9, 2006
Alex Golub writes about why even digitally enabled scholars will continue to love books.
May 8, 2006
A popular way of comparing scholars and institutions is having unintended negative consequences all over the world, writes Philip G. Altbach.
May 5, 2006
My younger brother celebrated his first birthday at a campus protest. It was 1988, and my Mom, a Gallaudet University graduate, had been following the growing student movement to demand a deaf president at her alma mater. She couldn’t stand being 400 miles away, in Rochester, N.Y. So never mind that my youngest brother was still nursing. She took him with her, and joined the Deaf President Now movement.
May 4, 2006
Lynn F. Jacobs and Jeremy S. Hyman share reactions they received when writing a new guide for students.
May 3, 2006
John Kenneth Galbraith was one of America's most famous economists. Scott McLemee takes a look at another side of his work.

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