Links of the Day: Who Will Be Eaten First?

    Michael Bérubé – From where I sit: Think outside the book | Times Higher Education

    Posted: 03 Jun 2010 08:21 PM PDT

    “But no discipline is so overinvested in the book, to the exclusion of all else, as English. Some of us are so habituated to this system that we simply don’t know how to evaluate a piece of scholarship unless it comes in a binding.”

    Political Turmoil: The Cthulhu Chick Tract

    Posted: 03 Jun 2010 03:51 PM PDT


    The Guardian | Timothy Garton Ash: Europe is torn between essential solidarity and national egoism

    Posted: 03 Jun 2010 03:41 PM PDT

    “Monnet himself liked to quote a saying that there are two kinds of people: those who want to be someone and those who want to do something. Yet even if today’s European leaders prove themselves to be of the latter sort, in democracies they can only do as much as we, their national publics and voters, let them do. Whether I look at Britain or Poland, France or Germany, Latvia or Austria, I do not, today, think we will let them do enough.”

    An old article from TGA I didn’t want to lose, so I will toss it up here.

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