From Academic Questions, Richard Phelps on dismissive reviews and academe’s memory hole. A review of Stylish Academic Writing by Helen Sword. Peter Suber on opening access to research. Leopold’s Ghost: When the president of a liberal-arts college brought an at-risk Rwandan scholar to campus, his good intentions were challenged in ways he could have never imagined. Andrew Delbanco reviews The Victims' Revolution: The Rise of Identity Studies and the Closing of the Liberal Mind by Bruce Bawer. On leaving academe: Tenured professor of computer science Terran Lane explains why he quit to take a job in industry. God and the Ivory Tower: What we don't understand about religion just might kill us. The managing editors of four blogs shared their thoughts with socialsciencespace about the state, impact, and future of academic
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