02.18.2021 | STAFF WRITINGS

Teaching Humanities from a Distance

Teaching during the pandemic can be successful when the focus is on mentoring and on engaging students with transformative texts.
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02.16.2021 | STAFF WRITINGS

Free Community College Requires New Paths to Four-year Institutions

This op-ed makes the case that free college policies must include transfer pathways to four-year independent colleges.
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02.16.2021 | STAFF WRITINGS

John C. Calhoun: Protector of Minorities?

Teagle President Andrew Delbanco reviews historian Robert Elder's recent biography of John C. Calhoun in The New York Times.
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02.15.2021 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

All Politics is Local: Changemaking Happens Closer to Home Than You Realize

Elaina Pevide, participant in the Teagle-funded ENACT Program, on why local politics is a powerful avenue for change.
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02.15.2021 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Shattering Invisible Darkness

Simone Henderson, a 2020 Teagle Humanities Fellow, reflects on the relevance of fear and love in the works of James Baldwin, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and Toni Morrison to our contemporary moment.

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01.26.2021 | STAFF WRITINGS

Educating Future Law Enforcement Officers

Teagle Consultant Annie Bezbatchenko and Dara N. Byrne of John Jay on including the humanities in criminal justice education.
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01.21.2021 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

‘Inspired choice’: Biden appoints sociologist Alondra Nelson to top science post

Teagle Foundation Director Alondra Nelson was appointed to her new role by President Joseph Biden.
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01.08.2021 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

A Failure to Educate

Inside Higher Ed quotes Teagle Foundation President Andrew Delbanco on the role of the humanities in responding to the Capitol riots.
 
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12.18.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Foundation Chief Andrew Delbanco Wants All Students to Wrestle With Great Books

A profile on Teagle President Andrew Delbanco on the benefits of the humanities for today's students.
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11.10.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Humanities for Everyone: A Plan

Andrew Delbanco and Jon Parrish Peede discuss Cornerstone: Learning for Living, the Foundation’s partnership with the NEH to reinvigorate the role of the humanities in general education.

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09.30.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

Needed: A New Rehearsal Space for Democracy

Andrew Delbanco and Jon Parrish Peede describe how the Cornerstone model reimagines general education.
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06.04.2020 | TEAGLE IN THE NEWS

The End of College as We Knew It?

Frank Bruni of The New York Times highlights Purdue University's Cornerstone program as a model in the face of the COVID-19 crisis.
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