Tag: liberal arts
Shilo Brooks: Why Did the Wright Brothers Succeed?
Kinder Institute: Thomas Jefferson’s Life of Learning and Law
Frederick Douglass Forum: What’s So Liberating about the Liberal Arts?
Job Opening: Editor at University Press of Kansas
Frederick Douglass Forum: From Liberal Arts to Criminal Justice
Job Opening: Tenure-Track at Arizona State University
Frederick Douglass Forum: The Liberal Arts and Law
Liberal Learning and Free Speech
Should the University Be Practical or about Truth-Seeking?
Defending Liberal Education at Arizona State
Do the Liberal Arts Benefit Society?
The Battleground of Higher Education
Robert George and Cornel West on Civic Friendship
The Abandonment of the Liberal Arts in Higher Education
Villanova Lecture: Robert George and Cornel West on the Liberal Arts
Mark Cuban: Liberal Arts is the Future
Stanford Students Call for Western Civilization Requirement
“Require Western Civ Courses — and End College Dark Ages”
Marilynne Robinson Discusses Higher Education at Stanford
Lecture Me. Really.
Farewell to America’s Small Colleges
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
Linker – How to Save Liberal Arts Education
Speakers Reflect on State of Liberal Arts
Sacred and Secular Approaches to Liberal Arts Education: A Conference at Rhodes
Bloomberg Assails Intolerance of Diversity of Ideas at Universities