Environmentalists are now going back to find environmental messages written in classics published long before the first Earth Day was commemorated.
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Find out what English professors are teaching in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
All the professors we wrote about last year are back. See what they said and did in 2013 in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s Campus Report newsletter.
Diana West speaking at our Author’s Night event at the Heritage Foundation this past summer.
“The Church that built hospitals, cathedrals, schools, soup kitchens, orphanages, and universities with no government funding in the nineteenth-century can’t seem to survive without it in the twenty-first.”
— Christopher Manion, Ph.D., Director of the Campaign for Humanae Vitae, a project of the Bellarmine Forum.
“It was almost stereotypical of Vietnam decision makers to assume that what they could not do simply could not be done.”
—Hollins University political science professor Edward A. Lynch in his book, The Cold War’s Last Battlefield: Reagan, the Soviets, and Central America.
Find out what, and who, is behind the war on football in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
“Tribalism in the Middle East is not only alive and kicking, it is alive and killing.”
—Dr. Mordechai Kedar, professor of Arabic at Bar Ilan University, in a forum on Capitol Hill sponsored by the Endowment for Middle East Truth.
“It’s alarming to me that most [Das]Capital-quoters I have encountered are white men.”
—Andrew Seal, Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at Yale. (The Chronicle Review, B16, November 22, 2013.
“Thirty-year-old men graduating from the University of California system have a 38-percent chance of financial distress, and women have a 55-percent chance.”—Chronicle of Higher Education, November 15, 2013.