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Editors of ‘Philosophy & Public Affairs’ Journal Resign En Masse

Thirty-eight editors of Philosophy & Public Affairs, a Wiley-owned journal, announced their resignations en masse Wednesday, including the entire editorial...

Study: Gender Gaps Persist for Female Scientists

The number of female biomedical researchers is increasing and so is the share of grants they receive, according to a...

3 Academics Win Pulitzer Prizes for the Arts

Three academics at American universities were among Monday’s winners of 2024 Pulitzer Prizes for their literary or musical achievements, as...
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A New Way to Think About Plagiarism

To figure out whether an accusation of plagiarism is serious, apply the counterfactual test, Garrett Pendergraft writes.


Whither American Studies?

Is there still a place for the interdisciplinary, holistic study of American culture in an age of globalization?

Nontenure Track Harvard Lecturers and Researchers Unionize

Nontenure track employees who teach or conduct research at Harvard University voted last week to unionize, creating a new bargaining...
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‘Weaponization of Plagiarism’ or Rigorous Standards Behind Provost's Ouster?

Anonymous tips about inaccurate citations on the CV of Clayton State University’s first Black female provost led to her firing. Some observers believe the complaints were motivated by more than earnest concern for academic integrity.


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