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Banned Books Week (September 26 – October 2) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Banned Books Week was launched in 1982 in response to a sudden surge in the number of challenges to books in schools, bookstores and libraries. Banned...
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By Lucy Maddox For anyone who sets out to write a history, the result of finishing such a project has to include a sense of incompleteness. There’s much the writer simply cannot know, but there’s also much the writer can’t include because it’s not...
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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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