March 10, 2017

Volume 63, Issue 27

The Chronicle Review

How Craig Steven Wilder became a one-man truth-and-reconciliation commission on colleges and slavery.

It keeps them grounded, savvy, empathetic, and focused on a college’s mission.

Descriptions of the latest titles, divided by category.

Can a devotion to cultural tolerance lead to the triumph of alternative facts?

It’s driven by faculty members, not students, and it’s as prevalent on large public campuses as it is on small, leafy ones.

A half-century of research is lost — then found.

Taking an interest in shyness helped assuage the self-preoccupation that comes with it.