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June 23, 2017
The White House’s proposed budget cuts to language and exchange programs will make America less able to communicate with and understand our allies and potential adversaries abroad, argues Karl Eikenberry.
June 22, 2017
Cathy Sandeen looks back at her past predictions and claims about massive open online courses to see how they’ve held up.

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June 22, 2017
Writer Duff Brenna reviews Jack Driscoll's eleventh book, a collection of stories.
June 22, 2017
The TOS that we haven't read.
June 22, 2017
New York 2140, Change Agent, The Collapsing Empire, and the Expeditionary Force Series.

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April 8, 2009
Won't digital publishing destroy the old-fashioned book? Scott McLemee reads up on "the hidden revolution"....
April 7, 2009
For the 11th time since World War II, boom has turned to bust in our economy. Recession brings change in both the public and private sectors, as industries and government are forced to rethink how and to whom they deliver products and services. The current recession will be no exception.
April 6, 2009
Mark Twain once observed that “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” Twain may not have been referring to what scholars assume humanities publishers want out of the peer-review process, but he probably would have appreciated the application.
April 3, 2009
At U of All People, as at most colleges, professors examine their peers' teaching performance. David Galef reports on one such encounter.
April 2, 2009
Recent incidents with controversial campus speakers illustrate exactly why colleges must be open to such voices, writes Cary Nelson.

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