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Molly Worthen is one of our top historians of religion and a frequent writer on the contemporary state of higher education. She has an excellent Times op-ed about how the pandemic has shown the absolute necessity of including a strong humanities component in American medical education. There were signs of a reckoning at the very […]
Above: A dying form of higher education Caught a bit about the new president at Victoria University at the University of Toronto (although I’m not sure quite what this means. Do Canadian universities have college presidents within the larger university?): As universities grapple with budget cuts, small seminars are needed more than ever, he said. […]
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