Books

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Smell of Books

Jul 15, 2009 by Ashley Thorne |

In the age of the Kindle, Google Books, the iPhone, and audio books, have we lost something precious now that we can't smell what we read?

Closed Eyes

Apr 27, 2009 by Glenn Ricketts |

This article, a review of the book Closed Minds? Politics and Ideology in American Universities, appeared in the spring 2009 issue of Academic Questions (volume 22, number 2).

Updike at Rest

Jan 28, 2009 by Peter Wood |

Will the great American author's legacy outlive him?

NAS Confers, Hell Stirs

Dec 04, 2008 by Peter Wood |

As the time for our conference approaches(Washington, DC, Jan. 9-11), some may hear of it and tremble...

Extra-Curricular Updike

Dec 01, 2008 by Peter Wood |

Should college students read novels by contemporary author John Updike?

Good Sports

Nov 19, 2008 by Peter Wood |

How the college sports industry undermines higher education

Unpacking

Oct 23, 2008 by Peter Wood |

After disputations about the nature of the family, reading Raggedy Ann is a welcome escape into childhood.

A Critic in Full: A Conversation with Tom Wolfe

Aug 11, 2008 by Carol Iannone |

This article, an interview with Tom Wolfe, appeared in Academic Questions (vol. 21, no. 2).

A Real Page-Turner: The Kindle

Jun 10, 2008 by Ashley Thorne |

Amazon's electronic books-on-tablet device stirs literary embers at NAS.

Wartime Thrift

Jun 04, 2008 by Ashley Thorne |

Book review: a British architect weighs in on the sustainability movement's anti-progress gospel.

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