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By John Aubrey Douglass In the new book Neo-Nationalism and Universities: Populists, Autocrats and the Future of Higher Education I offer a what I call a political determinist view: that the national political environment, past and present, is...
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By Donald Barr It is time to build a bridge across the health care chasm that divides our country. Without that bridge, we risk losing access to affordable, quality health care. This deep divide first began to appear in 2010, following adoption of...
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By Ricardo Azziz and James E. Samels As would be predicted by a landscape characterized by declining enrollment, negative demographics, excess capacity, and increasing fiscal pressures, all exacerbated by a pandemic of historic proportions, there...
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theclassicaljournal.png JHU Press is pleased to announce The Classical Journal has joined our growing roster of classical studies scholarly journals. The Classical Journal is the official publication of the Classical Association of the Middle West...
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Finding the Right Words: A Story of Literature, Grief, and the Brain tells the moving story of an English professor studying neurology in order to understand and come to terms with her father's death from Alzheimer's. In this blog post, Professor...
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National Recovery Month is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and substance use disorders to live healthy and rewarding lives. Johns...
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