More Than a Historical Accident

Chad Wellmon

Whatever their differences, these accounts of a university in crisis shine a bright light on the system that manages the relationship of the university to the broader culture.

Watching and Worrying

Jeffrey S. Dill

The author’s interpretive framework truncates the narrative by forcing her to see thick cultural issues only through the lens of social class.

The Strange Afterlife of William McGuffey and His Readers

Johann N. Neem

Whether revering or rejecting his work, McGuffey’s fans and detractors both manage to miss the point of his original project.

The Corporate Professor

Jennifer L. Geddes

Exploring the bureaucratization of the life of the mind.