February 26, 2016

Volume 62, Issue 24

The Chronicle Review

The secret history of conservative foundations' plans to co-opt scholars and scholarship.

A lit scholar’s profound psychedelic experience propels him into the theater.

An emphasis on being "right" can drain meaning and vitality from self-reflection.

Spinoza, Voltaire, Darwin, Marx, secretly inspired by Christianity? Not so fast.

In orienting himself, Jonathan Ned Katz helped orient gay America.

The veneration of an individual figure is a profound distortion of the collective nature of research.

Descriptions of the latest titles, divided by category.