At this year’s MLA meeting, many sessions will focus on fake news, both in the present and in the literary past. Can scholars of fiction change our understanding of current events?
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At Wright State University in Ohio, the French horn and tuba professors are out. So is the accomplished swimming team.
The publishing giant Elsevier has said that it will maintain German universities’ access to its journals, despite failing to negotiate a new deal before many institutions’ contracts expired on 1 January.
U.S. President Donald Trump took credit on Tuesday for a record year of safety for commercial aviation in 2017, swiftly drawing criticism and derision from commentators who said the achievement reflected trends predating his administration.
Closer links between businesses and learning institutions will pave the way for greater progress
North Korea has reopened a hotline to South Korea, almost two years after it was disabled on the orders of leader Kim Jong-un.
New interim federal guidelines from the Trump administration won't affect how Berkshire County colleges handle sexual misconduct — at least not in the near future
UK universities’ growing willingness to make unconditional offers to students is leading schools to increasingly over-predict the grades that their pupils are likely to achieve, an academic leader has warned.
Scholars and political leaders describe increasing concerns about Chinese government influence over teaching and research in the U.S. and Australia.