May 13, 2016

Volume 62, Issue 35

The Chronicle Review

We must decide what knowledge to save for future generations — and how to save it.

Real pages resonate with history the way virtual pages can’t.

Readers respond to Wendy Doniger's "The Repression of Religious Studies," and the author replies.

His New School sessions in the 1950s were noisy free-for-alls, and a model of how to teach.

The world could use more of Christopher Hitchens’s courage and Isaiah Berlin’s tolerance.

In revamping legal education, don’t sacrifice narrative, rhetoric, and the humanities.

Descriptions of the latest titles, divided by category.