November 18, 2016

Volume 63, Issue 13

The Chronicle Review

Forty years ago, George H. Nash created the field of conservative intellectual history. What can he tell us about the right today?

The tenured should not have a monopoly on publicly engaged scholarship.

The man who translated Piketty’s Capital on what we can — and can’t — learn from the German revolutionary.

Is the academic-jobs crisis a boon to public culture?