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The Most Persuasive Case for Eliminating Black Studies

The higher education writer fired this week for criticizing the dissertations of black studies students defended her writing Wednesday and said the resulting outcry is proof that "there is no legitimacy" in race studies. Naomi Schaefer Riley, a now-former blogger at the Chronicle of Higher Education, said during an appearance on Fox News that her

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The Chronicle of Higher Education dismissed one of its bloggers after outcry over a blog post she wrote questioning the legitimacy of black studies as an academic discipline. Naomi Schaefer Riley, a lecturer and author who wrote for the Chronicle's blog, Brainstorm, was let go after readers pushed

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Black Studies – The Never-Ending (Beautiful) Struggle

May 08, 2012 · The Chronicle of Higher Education has severed ties with a blogger after her post dismissing black studies as “left-wing victimization clap-trap” provoked a torrent of criticism, including a petition signed by more than 6,000 people calling for her dismissal.

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Petition: Chronicle Column Suggests Eliminating Black Studies

May 14, 2012 · Northwestern University scholars wasted no time responding to the April 30 blog by Naomi Schaefer Riley that criticized Black Studies dissertations of their Ph.D. students. Northwestern U. Scholars Mobilized in Countering Blog Attack on Black Studies - Higher Education

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Recent Books of Interest to African American Scholars (1.09.2020) The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education regularly publishes a list of new books that may be of interest to our readers. The books included are on a wide variety of subjects and present many different points of view.

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Chronicle of Higher Education Fires Blogger Over Black

The Chronicle of Higher Education has severed ties with columnist Naomi Schaefer Riley after her piece for the magazine's Brainstorm blog, denigrating the field of Black Studies provoked an Internet firestorm and accusations racism, reverse-racism, and suppression of the right of free press.

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Chronicle Higher Education Dissertation

May 16, 2012 · Last week, The Chronicle of Higher Education fired a blogger named Naomi Schaefer Riley.Her offense: a blog post in which she criticized black studies …

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Feb 11, 2013 · Graduate Students The Dissertation Can No Longer Be Defended Fabrizio Costantini for The Chronicle Alex Galarza, a Ph.D. student in history …

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In Hindsight: Former Ph.D. Students Reflect on Why They

May 13, 2012 · Via The Huffington Post: "The Chronicle of Higher Education dismissed one of its bloggers after outcry over a blog post she wrote questioning the legitimacy of black studies as an academic discipline.

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How Black Studies Avoids Studying Blacks - Taki's Magazine

Chronicle of Higher Education Full-text online access to the Chronicle of Higher Education. Dissertations and Theses Full-text (ProQuest) Dissertations and Theses Full-text from ProQuest is the full-text version of Dissertation Abstracts database, the authoritative source for information about doctoral dissertations and master´s theses. The

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Apr 30, 2012 · The Most Persuasive Case for Eliminating Black Studies? Just Read the Dissertations. NB: To see Chronicle editors’ final response to the below post, please read “A Note to Readers.”

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When the Mob Has a Point: The Firing of Naomi Schaefer Riley

Americans like higher education and American philanthropists like to give to higher education. According to The Chronicle, 19 of the top 50 donors last year gave to colleges, more than to any other cause. “Of those, 10 provided support to institutions that were not their alma maters. Altogether, the 19 donors gave colleges more than […]

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The debacle of higher education | The Non Sequitur

May 07, 2012 · You’ll have to forgive the lateness but I just got around to reading The Chronicle’s recent piece on the young guns of black studies. If ever there were a case for eliminating the discipline, the sidebar explaining some of the dissertations being offered by the best and the brightest of black-studies graduate students has made it.

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America's Dangerous Turn to Anti-Intellectualism | Alternet

In 1,420 words, McMillan Cottom calls out esteemed academic journal The Chronicle for Higher Education and, more specifically, a blog entry from Naomi Schaefer-Riley in The Chronicle entitled “The Most Persuasive Case for Eliminating Black Studies? Just Read the Dissertations.”

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Black Studies: 'Swaggering Into the Future' - chronicle.com

May 03, 2012 · Americans like higher education and American philanthropists like to give to higher education. According to The Chronicle, 19 of the top 50 donors last year gave to …

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The Dissertation Can No Longer Be Defended - The Chronicle

May 09, 2012 · Recently, the Chronicle of Higher Education published a cover story called "Black Studies: 'Swaggering Into the Future,'" in which the reporter described how "young black-studies scholars . . . are less consumed than their predecessors with the need to validate the field or explain why they are pursuing doctorates in their discipline."

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The Most Persuasive Case for Eliminating Black Studies

May 09, 2012 · The Chronicle of Higher Education dismissed one of its bloggers after outcry over a blog post she wrote questioning the legitimacy of black studies as an academic discipline.

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A writer for The Chronicle of Higher Education was fired after blasting black studies as "left-wing victimization claptrap" in a recent blog post.

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Commentary: Blogger's Review of Black Studies Is Misguided

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Black Studies 'Claptrap' Comments Get Chronicle Of Higher

Silencing Dissent About Black Studies by Jonathan S. Tobin Author Naomi Schaefer Riley was an ornament to the Chronicle of Higher Education’s Brainstorm blog where she provided a keen dissenting voice pointing out the follies of modern academia.

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Althouse: The Chronicle of Higher Education fires blogger

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE POSITIONS . Term September 1, 2020 - June 1, 2021 . The Department of African American Studies at Princeton University invites applications from pre-tenure scholars and recent Ph.D. graduates in all disciplines for two postdoctoral or …

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Fired Higher Ed Writer: Outcry Is Proof That 'There Is No

May 04, 2012 · The Chronicle of Higher Education has taken a lot of heat this week for a fatuous, obnoxious takedown of the discipline of Black Studies posted by Chronicle blogger Naomi Schaefer Riley. Riffing off the sidebar to a separate Chronicle piece, Riley attacked in-process dissertations by young Black Studies scholars as axe-grinding, politicized

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Chronicle of higher education black studies dissertation

Apr 15, 2014 · In Hindsight: Former Ph.D. Students Reflect on Why They Jumped Ship April 15, 2014 Whether it’s the bleakness of the academic job market, the price of an advanced degree, or the difficulty in finding the right faculty advisor, students don’t have too much trouble finding a reason to flee their doctoral programs.

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After the Chronicle of Higher Education published an item highlighting the dissertations of five young PhD candidates in African-American studies at Northwestern University, Chronicle blogger

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Black Studies and 'Intellectual Cowardice' - The Atlantic

May 03, 2012 · Black Studies, Part 2: A Response to Critics I was never a big fan of the feminist mantra that the “personal is political.” But the corollary–that any political remark must be taken

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Black Studies Hitpiece Leads to Chronicle of Higher Ed

Naomi Schaefer Riley was a blogger for the Chronicle of Higher Education until this week, when she was fired for writing this blog post, in which she argued for the elimination of university Black

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“Chronicle” Writer Fired For Calling Black Studies

studies of the California system, is that applied dis - ciplines like engineering do not fund the human - ities, as the myth goes; in fact, they typically are supported by the grunt work of all the teaching in the arts and sciences. The humanities were the classical core of higher education…

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Black Studies, Part 2: A Response to Critics – Brainstorm

May 08, 2012 · Over at the Chronicle of Higher Education's lively and horribly-named "Brainstorm" blog, contributor Naomi Schaefer Riley has been fired for a post questioning the intellectual seriousness and

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Chronicle Blogger Fired After 'Black Studies' Firestorm

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A New Generation of Black-Studies Ph.D.'s - The Chronicle

May 09, 2012 · Naomi Schaefer-Riley wrote a piece for the Chronicle of Higher Education calling for the abolition of black studies. This prompted a lengthy back and forth which culminated in …

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Silencing Dissent About Black Studies - Commentary

May 15, 2012 · Much has been written about a former (recently fired) Chronicle of Higher Education (CHE) blogger’s racist, dismissive, and uninformed rant against the discipline of Black Studies—particularly a group of Northwestern University graduate students—but very little scrutiny has been afforded the article that inspired the toxic torrent in the first place.

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Education Databases - South Carolina State University

The Department of English at the University of California, Irvine, invites applications for a tenured-track assistant professor in Global Black Studies. Under this broad rubric are included Anglophone literatures of the Black Atlantic, sub-Saharan Africa, the Americas (e.g. African American, Afro-Latinx, Caribbean, etc.), and the African