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The American system isn’t ideal but it beats the UK’s, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto
Being head of undergraduate studies was an eye-opener for Stephen Curry
Shahidha Bari on academics’ strange relationship with the idea of failure
Older academics need to make room for the young, says Sally Feldman
What price will we pay for taking the humanities for granted? asks Christopher Bigsby
Should autonomous vehicles have ethics programmed in? asks Alan Ryan
Felipe Fernández-Armesto upgrades his view on accommodation for visiting scholars after a trip to Santander
Philip Moriarty stands up for the much-maligned presentation tool
Shahidha Bari on a supposedly fun thing that makes her apprehensive
Heels are instruments both of torture and feminism, says Sally Feldman
Christopher Bigsby on the markers and measures of a journey’s end
A babel of voices are drowning out the many real threats to intellectual freedom, warns Alan Ryan
To write well, knowledge of other languages is crucial, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto
Researchers face pressure to hype and report selectively, says Dorothy Bishop
Academics have a duty to explain why they hold their political beliefs, says Shahidha Bari
Is updating children’s literature censorship or sensible? asks Sally Feldman
Mortuary science finds the dead in good spirit, discovers Christopher Bigsby
Alan Ryan muses on ironies and idiosyncrasies in higher education
Laurie Taylor's weekly bulletin from the University of Poppleton
In this general election, visiting the polling station seems more pointless than ever, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto