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On the Uses and Abuses of Identity Politics.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 5/27/2022, Vol. 68 Issue 19, p1-1. 1p. 3 Color Photographs.

Abstract:The article offers information related to Georgetown University philosopher Olufemi O. Taiwo who has gained notice for his lucid, subtle writing on such subjects as identity politics, climate change, reparations. Topic discussed about the professor who...

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The College-Affordability Conundrum.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education; 7/22/2022, Vol. 68 Issue 23, p2-2, 1p

Abstract:The article focuses on survey of people attitudes on student-loan forgiveness revealed support for something that is often seen as an even deeper issue as making college more affordable. Topics include examines several percent of survey respondents sai...

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The Attendance Conundrum.

Publication Type:News

Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education; 3/4/2022, Vol. 68 Issue 13, p1-1, 1p, 2 Color Photographs

Abstract:The article focuses on a vice provost at Georgetown University, where Sarah Craig is a junior majoring in culture and politics, sent the student body an email with the subject line "Important Information On Your Classes." Topics include examines that p...

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Blue Bubble in a Red State.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education; 1/20/2017, Vol. 63 Issue 20, pA14-A18, 5p

Abstract:The article discusses the political and cultural divide between Lawrence, Kansas, home of the University of Kansas's flagship campus, and the rest of the state. Topics include the experiences of conservative students on the campus, the experiences of p...

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Partisan Rancor and Representative Democracy.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 3/2/2007, Vol. 53 Issue 26, pB6-B9. 4p. 1 Color Photograph.

Abstract:The article discusses the 2006 U.S. government elections, which the author describes as polarized and driven by the national Republican and Democratic parties. He calls the election a referendum on U.S. President George W. Bush and the Republican major...

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Selected New Books on Higher Education.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 10/26/2018, Vol. 65 Issue 8, p1-2. 2p.

Abstract:The latest titles include examinations of student-conduct practices and of alternative teacher-education programs. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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What We Got Right--and Wrong.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 1/25/2013 Chronicle Review, Vol. 59, pB11-B13. 3p.

Abstract:The article discusses the events of the Arab Spring Uprisings that began in 2011 in terms of theories in political science. The author highlights theories of state formation and regime change that were supported by the uprisings, including discussions ...

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New Scholarly Books.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 12/14/2012 Chronicle Review, Vol. 59, pB17-B19. 3p.

Abstract:A bibliography of books on topics such as anthropology, economics, and political science is presented, including books such as "Archeology: The Discipline of Things" by Bjørnar Olsen, "Forgetting the Art World" by Pamela M. Lee, and "Hollywood's Africa...

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WHY VIOLENCE WORKS.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education; 8/16/2013, Vol. 59 Issue 45, pB6-B9, 4p

Abstract:The article examines the effectiveness of political violence as the author argues that violence typically solves issues related to statehood, territoriality, and power despite moral sensibilities claiming that violence is not a viable solution. He expl...

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How Political Science Can Be Most Useful.

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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 3/29/2019, Vol. 65 Issue 28, pN.PAG-N.PAG. 1p.

Abstract:The field speaks to policy makers. It needs to speak more to the public. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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