April 28, 2017

Volume 63, Issue 34

The Chronicle Review

After the president tried to bar travelers from six countries, the personal effects are still being felt.

Christopher J. Lebron, a Yale philosopher, says the movement should be set on firmer conceptual ground.

Descriptions of the latest titles, divided by category.

Stepping down from Princeton U. Press's directorship, Peter Dougherty advises colleagues to find niches and think proactively.

As economists explain in a new collection of essays, there is nothing inexorable about Thomas Piketty’s conclusions.

This upstart publisher wants to open Canadians' eyes to their nation's history.

The problems result from issues that are structural, not stylistic.

Cass Sunstein exaggerates the web’s polarizing effects.

Can Yascha Mounk save liberal democracy?