While usually seen as an opportunity for researchers at universities, Fulbright is helping two-year institutions become more international.
Countries that don’t charge tuition show there are benefits and pitfalls to such policies.
Instead of building overseas outposts, the university will ask foreign institutions to sign on to its vision for a global hub right down the road.
A spate of publications and TV shows has put the spotlight on university philosophers, some of whom wonder if all that attention is good for the discipline.
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My irreverent, barely literate co-author taught me to be more than an ethnographer. She taught me to be a writer.
Like the anti-Israel boycotts before it, this one applies an enlightened sheen to a bigoted logic.
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