David Bromwich is finalist for the 2015 PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay for the collection Moral Imagination, which explores the importance of imagination and sympathy in…More
Schools across the U.S. have been caught up in spirited debates over how #history should be taught.
@nytimes talked to social studies #teachers about how they run their classrooms, what they teach and why.
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For many, defending Mr. Rushdie and “The Satanic Verses” against his would-be assassins may be easy, PEN America President @ayadakhtar, told the @nyimes this week. But the defense also “has to apply where we have less unanimity, where we are more implicated.” (1/2)