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March 26, 2020 | Scott Carlson

How the Coronavirus Tests Higher Ed’s Disciplinary Fault Lines

When Covid-19 begins to subside, America’s colleges will have grappled with urgent financial and logistical challenges that the coronavirus set in motion. But its pandemic spread also raises deeper questions about the organizing principles of academe itself. How can universities…

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March 24, 2020 | Thomas Coffin

The Lawless Presidency

The unprecedented attack by the president on the prosecutors and judge involved in the Roger Stone trial represents an all-out blitzkrieg against this…

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March 12, 2020 | David Orr

Politics and Consequences

As the coronavirus sweeps across the country, we have good reasons to ask why we were so unprepared. Why warnings went unheeded, scientists ignored…

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February 29, 2020 | Steven S. Volk

Every Day Tells a Story: The Immigrant’s Struggle in the Age of Trump

For better and for worse, the U.S. story is an immigrant’s story. Narratives of indigenous displacement and forced African migration share space with…

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