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Scotland Decides-But About What?
September 11, 2014
by Jonathan Chaplin
The central question facing Scottish voters on 18 September is not, 'will independence restore Scottish self-esteem or vindicate Scottish national identity?' Rather, it is, 'will independence substantially advance the prospect that public justice be done in Scotland?'
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Beyond "Engagement": The Next Conversation We Need About Politics
May 1, 2014
by James K.A. Smith

Looking elsewhere for the robust embrace of politics that will speak today—to our time and place and audience.

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Inequality, Gentrification, and Justice: Continuing the Conversation with Jonathan Bradford
June 26, 2014
Jonathan Bradford with James K.A. Smith

The human condition can put up with disconnection for only so long. We are critters who like to be in packs. We had thirty years of people trying to be away from one another. I think we are cycling out of that bad idea.

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Cardus Blog

  1. Solutions to the education dispute in British Columbia

    September 9, 2014 | Ray Sawatsky

    The government and the BC Teachers Federation (union) are at an impasse, according to veteran mediator Vince Ready. The problem in BC reflects a growing divide between public se...
  2. The Conversation Precedes Us

    September 5, 2014 | Doug Sikkema

    There were times when people would give children large doses of morphine just to calm them down; rub mercury into cuts as a way of healing; and even bathe themselves in urine ...
  3. New Cardus Education Survey to be released

    September 4, 2014 | Naomi Biesheuvel

    The newest collection of U.S. data for the esteemed Cardus Education Survey will be released next week. The release will take place at the CUNY Institute for Education Policy a...
  4. The Haunting Presence of Time in Linklater’s Boyhood

    August 26, 2014 | Doug Sikkema

    There’s a sadness that runs through Richard Linklater’s recent film Boyhood, one that’s hard to put your finger on. Shot over twelve years—yes, twelve years!—t...
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