Those of us who have long been curious about what professors do on sabbatical could glean one sort of an answer from Oregon University English professor Edwin Battistella’s tongue-in-cheek (we think) listing of “Twenty-Five things to do on sabbatical” that appeared in the Fall 2007 issue of The Montana Professor.
Articles By: Malcolm A. Kline
An economics professor at Charleston Southern University ran afoul of federal laws when he tried to go from macro to micro.
In our end-of-the-year reviews, we feel that we must take special notice of a quartet of professors who have been actively working to erode American national sovereignty through the sort of proposals that come dangerously close to becoming reality no matter how conceptually divorced they are from it.
We have assembled something of a bottom 10 list, sort of a reverse U. S. News & World Report ranking, from the more than 100 professors a year whose antics we cover.
Those who argue that colleges and universities lack standards may be incorrect but only technically.
A new book shows us that communist spies are not, as some professors would have us believe, a figment of our imagination.
At a December 12 Heritage Foundation forum, author Herbert Romerstein offered words of advice that the editors of National Review should have heeded before running Ron Radosh’s error-based review of Evans’ book: “McCarthyism is a term that should not be used by conservatives.”
In a recent critique of Blacklisted By History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America’s Enemies that appeared in National Review, historian Ron Radosh makes numerous assertions about the book by M. Stanton Evans that are completely unsupported by the work itself.
If it seems that America’s establishment figures have been getting increasingly immature as the years go by, you are not imagining things.
Our academic elites love to point out to the rest of us how unenlightened we are. Perhaps they can explain the scholarly value of some of the books rolling off of their own university presses.