At a recent Modern Language Association (MLA) panel on “The Future of Critical Exchange in Academe,” two professors discussed how to overcome conformism within the academic profession and foster critical conversations within the Humanities.
Monthly Archives For January 2010
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the way religion is being implicated in the Proposition 8 trial contesting the constitutionality of the California resolution affirming the traditional view of marriage.
Meghan McCain, that is. She’s scheduled to speak at George Washington University (GWU) on February 9 on the topic of “Redefining Republican: No Labels, No Boxes, No Stereotypes.”
“Just because he debates like a girl doesn’t mean we have to… “
—author and columnist Michelle Malkin on the radio debate between Sen. Arlen Specter, D-Pa., and Rep. Michelle Bachman, R-Minn.
The roster of lectures at George Washington University is about as balanced as an MSNBC broadcast.
The UN warns that illiteracy is a global problem but Americans may not have to look that far to find it.
More than a dozen members of the George Washington University chapter of Young America’s Foundation (GWYAF) held a Global Warming Beach Party in protest of Thomas Friedman’s speech on Thursday, January 21 at 7:30pm in GWU’s Lisner Auditorium.
Believe it or not, a Republican president may be benefiting from some revisionist history. Indeed, the academic literature on George Herbert Walker Bush, although brief, like his presidency, is mostly, so far, laudatory.
Is The Annunciation, a passage in the Bible where the angel Gabriel tells the Virgin Mary that she will bear the Christ, a “pro-choice feast”? That’s what Catholic feminist author Mary Gordon argued in a recent Modern Language Association (MLA) presentation entitled “Rereading Jesus.”
Catholic League president Bill Donohue weighs in on the San Francisco trial where the constitutionality of Proposition 8 is being considered.