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This writer had the pleasure of chatting with the novelist one summer afternoon.
Because America is suffering from a case of title inflation.
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The Immense Promise of the Digital Humanities
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The book is not the opposite of technology—it is technology.
Matching the top 10 endowments with 10 countries' GDPs.
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You’ve probably heard several times already that the humanities are in “crisis.” The crisis is real.
The Value of the Canon
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The ultimate essay in defense of the masterpieces we know and love.