Dec 02, 2016 by NAS |
The Winter 2016 of Academic Questions discusses educational equality and the politicization of higher education. It also celebrates the works of Shakespeare and De Cervantes.
Dec 02, 2016 by NAS |
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Dec 01, 2016 by Mark Zunac |
In the Winter 2016 Academic Questions (vol. 29, no. 4), Mark Zunac discusses the evolution of liberal arts from a field encouraging inquiry to today's ideological sounding board.
Nov 30, 2016 by Robert Carle |
In the Winter 2016 edition of Academic Questions (vol. 29, no. 4), Robert Carle discusses Title IX and its influence on higher education.
Nov 22, 2016 by David Randall |
"Civic Engagement" is Progressive Politics--and it's not even pretending anymore that it isn't.
Nov 21, 2016 by Ashley Thorne |
After the election, colleges turn to feelings, not civility, to guide discussions on winning and losing.
Nov 17, 2016 by Rachelle Peterson |
Rachelle Peterson discusses Trump's possible environmental policies and what where the college environmentalist movement goes next.
Nov 09, 2016 by NAS |
In the aftermath of the 2016 election season, the National Association of Scholars extends its well-wishes to the incoming president.
Nov 07, 2016 by Ashley Thorne, David Randall, Peter Wood, Rachelle Peterson |
On this election eve, a few of the staff at the National Association of Scholars have written reflections on citizenship in America.
Nov 04, 2016 by Clayton Cramer |
Clayton Cramer finds numerous errors in a new book about American gun laws in frontier days.
Nov 02, 2016 by William H. Young |
William Young commences a new series of articles examining the impact of modern thought on the Western intellectual tradition
Nov 01, 2016 by NAS |
Peter Wood speaks at First Things alongside Mark Bauerlein, Jay Schalin, and KC Johnson.
Oct 31, 2016 by NAS |
See the complete list of #PCSubtitle winners as we round out our series.
Oct 26, 2016 by David Lewis Schaefer |
Old Communist language and tactics are infiltrating American higher education, aided by our historical amnesia.