For decades we have devoted ample space to the deconstruction of women’s studies only to find that there is something even more inane being taught on American campuses—men’s studies. This year, the American Men’s Studies…
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
The startling thing about the books academics typically dismiss as relics of the past is the uncanny manner in which they anticipate the present.
If you love literature, you might find it easier to actually buy it than take a course in it.
On Monday, at the Center for American Progress (CAP), a trio of scholars alternately claimed that there is a gender pay gap and insisted that we need to pass laws to get data to prove that there is.
And about time. “I’d rather talk about Luddite liberals and insufferable progressives,” Pepperdine historian Gordon Lloyd said at the Philadelphia Society’s annual meeting.
An economist from Troy University offered an explanation for why so many of his peers failed to anticipate the 2008 recession that shows no sign of ending.
When academia practices real diversity, one wonders how long it can continue. It usually doesn’t, unfortunately.
While the U. S. rushes to completely nationalize education, allegedly to improve test scores, America’s nearest northern neighbor, Canada, is taking a different approach.
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) compared media coverage of President Obama’s Common Core initiative with reportage on vouchers and the results are illuminating.
Despite the breadth of attention that “women’s studies” get on campus, most of the information purveyed in them is, well, wrong.