Education and Efficiency
From Warwick University Ltd. edited by E.P. Thompson
The Idealization of the Liberal Arts
Cristina Groeger argues that at the turn of the twentieth century liberal education "was held up...toward a variety of ends."
A History of Academic Freedom
Ellen Schrecker suggests that there would have been few purges of faculty "without pressure from outside."
The Zooms We Missed in April
The liberal arts and higher education lectures we registered for last month, but may have missed live.
The Zooms We Missed in March
What liberal arts and higher education lectures we registered for last month, but may have missed live.
On Disciplinary History and International Relations
"Scholars reliably produce unreliable accounts of the past of their own fields."
On an Interdisciplinary Story of the World
"Part of our intellectual task is to get in touch with the materiality of our analytical worlds."
Stuart Hall on What Constitutes a Crisis
Then there is crisis, a break, a ‘ruptural fusion.'
When Morgan State Went Public
"The college must be vocational and liberal."