Academic Questions

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Academic Questions is a truly honest and truth-seeking journal published for and by members of the academy (i.e., academic community such as professors and graduate students) by the unbiased National Association of Scholars. It is the rare journal with the intellectual will and talent to take a philosophically honest stand against the ever tedious and all too common positions that creep out of a community believing in Professor values.

In their own words:

American higher education has been profoundly compromised in the past three decades. Standards have been eroded, the curriculum has been debased, and research has been trivialized or distorted by ideology. Yet the established voices of the academy often speak in tones that are self-congratulatory rather than self-critical. Academic Questions utilizes the best of scholarly analysis to explore the conspicuous vices, as well as the virtues, of the contemporary university.

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