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Intellectual History And the Week That Was

I planned on writing a post this week about the tumultuous events on the campuses of Missouri, Yale, Amherst, Kansas, and elsewhere this week. However, after the events in Paris and Beirut in recent days, I felt it important to instead utilize this space as a one-stop shop for reading up on the historical context for some of what’s occurred this week. I have every intention of writing about the campus turmoil of the past few weeks. I doubt it is ending anytime soon, and it is necessary for everyone interested—whether you are backing the protesters or believe their protests Read more