NYC Film Screening: Ivory Tower Sept 25
NAS will host an exclusive screening of the documentary film, Ivory Tower.
Fall 2014 Academic Questions
Fall 2014 AQ highlights Western culture and civilization.
The Civilizing Power of Grammar School
Peter Wood addresses Great Hearts teachers.
Revisiting the Classics
NAS invites readers to submit reflections on older books.
Educated opinion and commentary on developments and trends in higher education
A forum for highlighting news and views in higher education
Studies documenting trends in contemporary academia
News from the National Association of Scholars
Official positions taken by the National Association of Scholars
President, National Association of Scholars
Director of Communications, National Association of Scholars
Public Affairs Officer, National Association of Scholars
Author, Ordering America: Fulfilling the Ideals of Western Civilization
Professor of English, Monterey Peninsula College
Director of Research, John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy
Brooklyn, New York
New York, New York
Saint Paul, Minnesota
University Park, Pennsylvania
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