Sustaining diversity and independence in scholarly publishing.

The need to train public health professionals with knowledge and skills to address complex problems is greater than ever. There are more schools and programs of public health than ever with growing numbers of faculty coming from an ever-broader...

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The Journal of Modern Greek Studies has a new editorial team. Johanna Hanink from Brown University is the Arts & Humanities Editor while Antonis Ellinas from the University of Cyprus is the Social Sciences Editor. They joined us to talk about...

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Earlier this year, the Review of Higher Education released a supplemental issue in response to the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) 2018 Conference Theme: Envisioning the Woke Academy...

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Providing access beyond institutional subscribers aims to ground the policy debate in research and current scholarship

Project MUSE, the massive online collection of scholarship administered by Johns Hopkins...

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This is an age of reform. New model institutions, especially online ones, are offering degrees to students who never interact with professors or step on college campuses. Whereas the heart of collegiate education had long been the liberal arts...

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