Faculty Voices



Art Censorship at Guantánamo Bay

Erin Thompson in The New York Times: “Moath al-Alwi’s prayer rug is stained with paint. Every day, he wakes before dawn and works for hours on an elaborate model ship made from scavenged materials —…





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Our Fragile Democracy

By Andrew Majeske – On September 5, 2017, I received an email from The Claremont Institute sent to subscribers of the Claremont Review of Books. I subscribed to this publication in early 2017, after realizing…


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This World of Humans

This World of Humans is a new science podcast hosted by biology professor Nathan Lents and produced by Sam Anderson (co-editor of Fierce Advocate). It is a science podcast dedicated to recent advances in biology…


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Schools need specific anti-gang plans

James Mulvaney in Newsday: “Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s plan to send state troopers to Long Island schools to address growing gang violence will not succeed without the full support of local communities. The plan lacks a…


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Against the “Melting Pot” Metaphor

Mike Wallace in Lit Hub: “In February 1915 the Nation magazine had run a two-part essay, “Democracy versus the Melting Pot: A Study of American Nationality,” by Horace Kallen, at that point a professor of…