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Lincoln Allison confronts the objectives of an anecdotal and argumentative narrative
The need to accommodate foreign students undermines domestic practices, says Lincoln Allison, spying parallels between UK universities and global sports bodies such as Fifa
Lincoln Allison takes a fond look back at the permissiveness prevalent at universities in the 1960s and 1970s, while a more ambivalent Susan Bassnett recalls a reality that didn’t quite live up to the nostalgic hype
Ahead of the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race, Lincoln Allison ponders the decline of sport at university, and the value of such pursuits
Lincoln Allison argues that it is becoming harder for academics to share controversial ideas