Thursday, August 17, 2017

The Daily Scholar

Measure by Measure Thursdays

Classical music reconsidered

Schubert Everlasting

Sviatoslav Richter and a music like no other

Sudip Bose

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View from Rue Saint-Georges Wednesdays

What Do You Owe a Stranger?

Thomas Chatterton Williams

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Next Line, Please Tuesdays

Taking Liberties

David Lehman

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Portrait of the Artist Mondays

Erin Hanson

Impressions of Zion

Noelani Kirschner

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Detroit: Summer of 2017 Fridays

80,000 Squirrels on My Block Alone

And other tales of Detroit wildlife

Laura Bernstein-Machlay

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Dive into the Daily Scholar archives

WISE TO THE WORDS

Pause Fillers

Um, like, y’know, sort of, if you catch my drift

Ralph Keyes

Current Issue

Cover Story

Our Nuclear Future

We may think the bomb is back, but it never really went away

Jeffrey Lewis

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Article

Dishonorable Behavior

The scourge of military sexual assault and the warrior’s masculine code

Elizabeth D. Samet

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Book Reviews

Waking From the Dream

Most Americans assume society is more egalitarian than it is

Nancy Isenberg

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Works in Progress

Virtual Vellum

Noelani Kirschner

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Article

Reading Thoreau at 200

Why is the seminal work of the great American transcendentalist held in such scorn today?

William Howarth

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