In the face of bleak circumstances facing academe, Jeffrey J. Williams calls for us to “Teach the university!” It is particularly relevant to our students, who are its future constituents, and it is a fitting topic centering on the tradition of the humanities. He urges that we should teach not only academic fiction or well-known “ideas of the university,” but the combination of history, theory, fiction, and film, and other data on the university.

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