Articles of Note

The legacy of the Jewish quota at colleges is how beliefs about merit that were defined by race were redefined under a new banner: “diversity”  ... more »

New Books

Elizabeth Barrett Browning was no lovesick confessional poet, passive victim, or weak invalid. Quite the contrary  ... more »

Essays & Opinions

“I wonder if, like the church, the humanities can’t really do without overpromising,” says Len Gutkin. “Otherwise people might stop believing in us”  ... more »