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Identity Politics

Oct 04, 2018 by NAS |

The Fall 2018 issue of Academic Questions at a glance. 

Can We Talk? Life under Frankfurt Rules

Oct 04, 2018 by Elizabeth Corey, J. Scott Kenney, Robert L. Paquette |

J. Scott Kenney finds himself marginalized by the current brand of social justice intolerance. Robert Paquette and Elizabeth Corey provide a different take on Marcuse and the origins of the current malaise.

Shedding Humanity, Shredding the Humanities

Oct 04, 2018 by Anthony Esolen |

An incident with a student provides the occasion for Anthony Esolen’s exposition of how identity politics has made humanities education nearly impossible and the “very notion of a common good nearly inconceivable.”

Measuring Sexual Assault on Campus: The Clery Report Challenge

Oct 04, 2018 by Dan Subotnik |

A careful dissection of the most widely used surveys on campus sexual assaults indicates that the problem might be something less than the scourge it is often portrayed as.

Can Reason Win?

Jun 04, 2018 by NAS |

The Summer 2018 issue of Academic Questions at a glance. 

The Case for Colonialism

May 30, 2018 by Bruce Gilley |

From the summer issue of Academic Questions, we reprint the controversial article, "The Case for Colonialism." 

Homogeneous: The Political Affiliations of Elite Liberal Arts College Faculty

Apr 24, 2018 by Mitchell Langbert |

From the Summer 2018 issue of Academic Questions, a study on the particianship of liberal arts professors at America's top universities. 

Cambridge, 1968

Mar 28, 2018 by Jeffrey Zorn |

The New Left's "struggle for peace and justice" were not necessarily served well by its practices and tactics.

The Cure That Ailed us

Mar 28, 2018 by William Shapiro |

Students romanticized the activism and passions of the1968 era, resulting in disillusionment.

Fiftieth Anniversary of 1968

Mar 28, 2018 by NAS |

The Spring 2018 issue of Academic Questions at a glance.

Societal Threats from Ideologically Driven Science

Dec 13, 2017 by Edward J. Calabrese |

Personal bias has gotten in the way of good science. 

Unsettled Science

Dec 13, 2017 by NAS |

The Winter 2017 edition of AQ discusses ideological bias in the sciences, and how that affects research. 

Should World War I Have Been Fought?

Dec 12, 2017 by Victor Davis Hanson |

While the Firsr World War was a tragedy, an Allied victory was much more preferable to the alternative. 

Higher Education in the Age of Trump

Aug 23, 2017 by NAS |

This AQ issue discusses how President Donald Trump will affect higher education in the United States.

Doing More with Less

Aug 15, 2017 by Richard Vedder |

In the Fall 2017 Academic Questions (vol. 30 no. 3), Richard Vedder describes the harms done to higher education by federal involvement and offers some solutions going forward.

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