Monthly Archives: September 2013

Curriculum and the Culture Wars

  My chapter “Below the (Bible) Belt: Sex Education in American Public Schools” will appear in this volume.

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Toward a More Perfect Constitution

This oped originally appeared here. We Americans take our Constitution seriously, and we should: Our founding document has helped create a durable foundation for our country. While we celebrate our Constitution today, National Constitution Day, we should take care to … Continue reading

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The Chronicle of Higher Education: September 3, 2013 A Political Scientist Seeks to Reinvent the Scholarly Conference By Dan Berrett

Mark Carl Rom often felt terrible when he attended big academic conferences. When he was a graduate student, he chalked it up to nerves. As his career progressed, he confided to colleagues that he was bored by underdeveloped papers, poorly … Continue reading

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