Rock Island, IL I expect many FPR readers saw William Deresiewicz’s piece, “The Neoliberal Arts: How College Sold Its Soul to the Market,” in the September issue of Harper’s. Here are two passages excerpted from the ...
Institutions of Higher Dread can help you find out. How’s this for an “identity crisis”: you have to go off the flowcharts to find people whom the flowcharts offend. I’m feeling so marginalized that I just might have...
and open debate are alive and well in Higher Ed. Soon many of us are going to have to find more honest ways of securing our daily bread.
He wrote sixty-five books and had a hand in another hundred and thirty-five.
What but design of darkness to appall?
And even then we will not have arrived at “the future.”
I can’t lead a fast break any more, but I can still see sideways.
The cardinal's steely resolve is touchingly quixotic.
I am the illegitimate son of Dorothy Day and H.D. Thoreau.
It’s nurse Goodbody pulling up the drive.