July 17, 2023
The issue at a glance for Summer 2023.
Letters to the editor on colonialism, gender, and decline.
Editor's introduction to the Summer 2023 issue.
Anthropologist Glynn Custred traces the origins of Disney’s stark shift to political fare.
Political Scientist George R. La Noue laments the imposition of “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” criteria in academia and government hiring, arguing that it reduces viewpoint diversit......
James Matthew Wilson insists that “great literary achievements have continued to be made” in traditional verse.
A recent memoir by the celebrated ecologist shows a scientist can keep their reputation if their conclusions are politically useful.
Duke Psychologist John Staddon says there is little evidence that demographic diversity strengthens scientific research.
July 18, 2023
Rather than move away from its Marxist faith the Western left seeks to “conserve and justify it through a more uncompromising hatred” of the West.
Law school dean James Huffman suggests that academic freedom is widely misinterpreted to mean there are no limits on professorial behavior.
Two recent books by French-speaking Canadians tell us that the United States is not the only country beset by declining academic standards, anti-Western hatred, and cancel culture.
A recent book about Hong Kong reminds a literary scholar of his time, fresh out of college, teaching English in the vibrant and spirited British colony.
A federal employee sends AQ an email describing her experience undergoing training mandated by her employer, the National Park Service.
A review of Garrett Jones’s take on immigrants and the cultures they bring with them.
Adam Kirsch explains what “transhumanism” is.
Two black scholars discuss the importance of the classics.
Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin suggest a curriculum for our future.
Douglas Groothuis outlines strategies for Christians to resist woke ideology.
George Leef’s first novel takes on our culture wars.
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