October 21, 2016

Volume 63, Issue 08

The Chronicle Review

Robin Hanson wants to do scholarship differently. Is there a place for him in academe?

How college helped a bigot confront his Dixie dogmas. 

Boomer faculty members' notions of tolerance don't fit millennial students' experiences.

Philosophy is multifarious, with many regional inflections, a new book argues.

Descriptions of the latest titles, divided by category.

The loss of a transformative vision, says Jennifer Hochschild, leaves the field without a conviction that people can make a difference.