Judging by recent student reports, it appears that not even foreign language classes on our nation’s campuses are immune to the scourge of radical ideology.
Monthly Archives For January 2013
Ayn Rand does provide much fodder for academics.
Thus does a student characterize the law of the land in Dubai.
The culture you get at cultural meetings nowadays is of the popular variety.
If you want to know what academics admire most in each other, spend some time listening to them share their enthusiasms.
Obama may have won a second term in November, but that doesn’t mean that everyone is 100% satisfied and that includes the members of the Modern Language Association.
At the Modern Language Association (MLA) 2013 meeting in Boston, a professor claimed the existence of a “textbook describing slavery as a TransAtlantic trade triangle” but when asked to provide a title, she offered none.
At the recent Modern Language Association convention Keith Spencer from Carnegie Mellon University presented his paper “Class, Race and the ‘Common Man’: Interviews with Occupy Pittsburgh” and the results shouldn’t come as a shock to conservatives or anyone else who closely watched the Occupy movement.
While the move to make English the official language in the United States grows throughout the U. S., some academics regret that it is the first one in America.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been called many things but he may soon become a business ethics course. Kathleen V. Willis of Indiana University-Purdue University, Columbus, is exploring the possibility of doing so.