Mar 22, 2016 by Peter Wood |
NAS President Peter Wood's review of Passing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University.
Feb 11, 2016 by George Leef |
Professor Jonathan Marks critiques Julie Posselt's most recent book on grad school admission processes.
Sep 09, 2015 by Edward R. Dougherty |
The Lessons of History offers a "stimulus to seriousness" in the study of history.
Jan 14, 2015 by George Leef |
George Leef reviews Versions of Academic Freedom and argues that there does not have to be a single, one-size-fits-all approach to academic freedom.
Oct 27, 2014 by Peter Wood |
NAS president Peter Wood reviews Stanley Fish's latest book, Versions of Academic Freedom.
Oct 24, 2014 by Glynn Custred |
Glynn Custred, Professor of Anthropology at California State University East Bay, reviews William Faulkner's Go Down Moses.
Oct 08, 2014 by Bruce Gans |
Written in 1844, William Thackeray's Barry Lyndon might be a century ahead of its time.
Sep 25, 2014 by Peter Wood |
Peter Wood reviews Stoner, a book for those who persist in loving great imaginative works.
Sep 10, 2014 by Peter Cohee |
Dr. Peter Cohee teaches Classics in the Boston area. Here he reviews essays of Michel de Montaigne.
Sep 09, 2014 by Joshua Daniel Phillips |
Dr. Joshua Daniel Phillips, author of 1,800 Miles: Striving to End Sexual Violence, One Step at a Time, distinguishes between Ayn Rand's Anthem and contemporary dystopian literature.
Sep 08, 2014 by Adam Kissel |
"Oswald’s concern—Wells’s, too—is that a fully unregulated marketplace of ideas, the open curriculum, if you will, has no telos."
Aug 29, 2014 by David Kaiser |
Author and historian David Kaiser reviews Stendhal's Le Rouge et le Noir.
Aug 27, 2014 by F.R. Duplantier |
Political author F.R. Duplantier reviews Evelyn Waugh's Scoop.
Aug 26, 2014 by Jackson Toby |
Jackson Toby, Professor of Sociology Emeritus at Rutgers University, writes on why he considers "The End of the Tether" to be the best—and perhaps most underappreciated—novella Joeseph Conrad ever wrote.
Aug 22, 2014 by Jim Hartley |
Jim Hartley, Professor of Economics at Mount Holyoke College, reflects on how Native Son is taught in contemporary classrooms.