Tag: higher education
Apply Now: New NEH Initiative, “A More Perfect Union”
Register Now: National Endowment for the Humanities Peer Reviewers
Harvey Mansfield on Free Speech and Higher Education
Kinder Institute: Thomas Jefferson’s Life of Learning and Law
Kinder Institute: Americans and the German University System
Apply Now: National Endowment for the Humanities Grant
Frederick Douglass Forum: What’s So Liberating about the Liberal Arts?
Purdue University: Remaking American Political History
Job Opening: Editor at University Press of Kansas
American University: The Lincoln Scholars Program
Harvard University: The Quest for Equal Results
JMC Annual Summit: Freedom of Speech on Campus
An Overview of Title IX’s History in Higher Education
Notre Dame Event: Speech and the University
American University Students Discuss Political Theory
The 14th Amendment and Free Speech
Ed Schools Are Enforcing Ideological Uniformity
Nebraska’s Showdown over Free Speech
Should the University Be Practical or about Truth-Seeking?
Do College Students Care about the Humanities?
Suppressing Speech and the Quest for Justice
Free Speech on Campus and in Political Life
Scott Yenor on the Corruption of Higher Ed
JMC Fellows Named CU Boulder’s Visiting Conservative Scholars
The Battleground of Higher Education
Gordon Wood: the Importance of Early American History
Harvard Lecture: Title IX and Higher Education
The Abandonment of the Liberal Arts in Higher Education
ASU Event on Campus Speech and Violent Protests
Jonathan Haidt on Polarization and the University
Wilfred McClay on Meritocracy in Higher Education
David Bromwich on Free Speech
IHS Framework for Freedom of Speech on Campus
James Ceaser: Free Speech and Thought on Campus
Roosevelt Montás: Democracy and Higher Education
Peter Wood on the Growing Contempt for Colleges
Daniel DiSalvo on Cuts in Higher Education
Of Sanctuaries and Safe Spaces: Universities as Associations – Lecture at American University
JMC Faculty Partner Vincent Phillip Muñoz Writes about Free Speech and Charles Murray
Mark Cuban: Liberal Arts is the Future
Teaching American Political History
New Research on Adjunct Faculty in Higher Education
“How to Get Tenure”
Larry Summers on “Conversations with Bill Kristol”
The Latest Intellectuals
Marilynne Robinson Discusses Higher Education at Stanford
Lecture Me. Really.
Farewell to America’s Small Colleges
Academic Job Search: How Long Are You Marketable?
What Good Is Liberal Education?
Liberal Education and American Democracy
Liberal Arts, a Lost Cause?
Two College Presidents, on Higher Education
US Recessions Reduce Demand for Liberal Arts Degrees
The Suicide of the Liberal Arts
A Science of Literature: Book Reviews
2015’s Great Colleges to Work For
Economic History is Dead; Long Live Economic History
Linker – How to Save Liberal Arts Education
Antidotes to the Closing of the American Mind
The Reason Behind High Tuition Costs
“The Slow Death of the University”
Report on the Health of the Humanities in Higher Education
Sacrifice a Good Living for the Pleasure of Teaching?
“Can Robert Putnam Save the American Dream?”
“I Was a Professor at Four Universities”
Q&A with Gregory Woodward, President of Carthage College
Tom Kelly Leads Civic Education Discussion
A National University in the US?
JMC Partner Programs in Chicago Collaborate through the Galileo/Shakespeare Project
The Founders and the Idea of a National University
JMC’s Tom Kelly to Lead Discussion on “Civic Renewal and Higher Education”
Increased Wealth Drives Record Giving to Colleges
Community College, Shrinking Humanities, and the State of the Union
Ruth Wisse on the University in Decline
Speakers Reflect on State of Liberal Arts
Sacred and Secular Approaches to Liberal Arts Education: A Conference at Rhodes
“Machine Grading and Moral Learning”
From Newsweek: “American Horror, Ivy League Edition”
Must the Humanities Adapt to Media Variety?
Bloomberg Assails Intolerance of Diversity of Ideas at Universities
JMC Chairman’s Award Winner is “Conscience” of Documentary
from NYT Magazine: Who Gets to Graduate?
OU Teach-In on the Civil War
Crimes Against Humanities
Humanities or Self-Help?