December 7, 2021

Video: The Great War

National Association of Scholars

How did the complex network of alliances that led to the Great War arise? Could the war have been avoided?

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December 7, 2021

UNC School of Medicine's Quiet DEI Revolution

John D. Sailer

For over a year, the subordination of healthcare to political aims has been underway at the UNC School of Medicine. We should hope the trend is reversed.

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December 7, 2021

To Mandate or Not to Mandate—The NAS Weighs In

David Acevedo

Higher ed’s COVID-19 vaccine requirements are both excessive and unwarranted.

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December 2, 2021

Sokal III: The Latest (and Greatest?) Academic Hoax

Marina Ziemnick

Start perusing the latest issues of “elite” academic journals. There’s no telling what you might find.

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December 2, 2021

The Great American Novel Series: Go Tell It on the Mountain

National Association of Scholars

Watch our latest installment of The Great American Novel Series as we discuss James Baldwin's semi-autobiographical novel, "Go Tell It on the Mountain."

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December 1, 2021

Identity Politics Is Taking Over Astronomy

Ian Oxnevad

An astronomy profession guided by identity politics and cultural Marxism rather than scientific evidence could produce a distorted view of our solar system and the cosmos.

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November 30, 2021

Cracking Down on Illegal Ties to China

David Acevedo

UPDATED: A repository of 48 professors, higher ed administrators, students, and government researchers in America who have been investigated or charged for illegal ties to China.

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November 30, 2021

The New 1619 Project Book Tells the Same Old Story

David Acevedo

Two years later, Nikole Hannah-Jones and the NYT are back with more 1619 antics.

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November 30, 2021

UNC's New Medicine

Marina Ziemnick

The University of North Carolina School of Medicine’s efforts to enforce ideological conformity in its classrooms and curricula reflect a dangerous trend in medical education.

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November 24, 2021

North Dakota Bans CRT, 1619 Returns, and Wisconsin Parents File Suit

John D. Sailer

Although the heated debates of the last few months have simmered down for the holidays, activists, policymakers, and parents still push competing visions of education.

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November 24, 2021

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1619 Again: Revisiting the Project's Troubled Past

New York Times editor Jake Silverstein's new essay on the 1619 Project attempts to glide past the awkwardness that accompanied the project’s early days. Let's set the reco......

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Confronting Woke Groupthink in Art Education

The dubious notion that the U.S. is a “systemically racist” nation has taken hold in art education, as in virtually every sphere of American life....

January 18, 2022

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The White House Is Undermining Science, Not Defending It

Government support of scientific research is not designed to support science, but to harness science to political ends....

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January 18, 2022

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The White House Is Undermining Science, Not Defending It

Government support of scientific research is not designed to support science, but to harness science to political ends....

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Ask a Scholar: What Does YHWH Elohim Mean?

A reader asks, "If Elohim refers to multiple 'gods,' then Yhwh Elohim really means Lord of Gods...the one of many, right?" A Hebrew expert answers....

January 12, 2022

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Press Release: NAS Appoints Dr. J. Scott Turner as Director of the Diversity in the Sciences Project

As project director, Dr. Turner will be conducting research on the scope and deleterious effects of DEI initiatives in STEM programs across the country....