November 25, 2016

Volume 63, Issue 14

The Chronicle Review

Matthew Clair on moral persuasion. Dalton Conley on academe's "Frankenstein." Jonathan Freedman on changing minds. Robert Greene II on what "public" means. Nell Irvin Painter on a social problem. Mark Bauerlein on shattering groupthink. Amy Kittelstrom on intellectual pride.

America left poorly educated whites behind. Their votes were misguided but understandable.

Universities are caught between the urban/rural and liberal/conservative divides. Is there a way forward?

How Trump’s America looks to a largely Latino community-college class.

Descriptions of the latest titles, divided by category.

On days like these, let your students instruct.