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Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Vote? Why bother? Subscription

30 April 2015 | By Felipe Fernández-Armesto

In this general election, visiting the polling station seems more pointless than ever, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto

The passing of the polymaths Subscription

19 March 2015 | By Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Felipe Fernández-Armesto laments our giant-killing culture

Felipe Fernández-Armesto: Parlez-vous Anglais? Subscription

5 February 2015

Foreign flavours enrich the English tongue, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto

The campus name game Subscription

18 December 2014

Felipe Fernández-Armesto on the habit of naming everything, from university libraries to landings, after people

The best bucket list is blank Subscription

6 November 2014

Knowledge, not exotic travel, should be students’ number one priority, argues Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Careless talk costs you Subscription

25 September 2014

Felipe Fernández-Armesto on academic Steven Salaita’s angry postings about Israel

The price of life in an academic Eden Subscription

14 August 2014

Human serpents are lurking in the undergrowth at every university, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Defying Amazon: how academic presses can profit Subscription

3 July 2014

Synergy can help university publishers cut prices, argues Felipe Fernández-Armesto

The tongue-tied Britons abroad Subscription

22 May 2014

Ignorance of one’s native English means other languages and cultures are a closed book, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Untie the mavericks Subscription

10 April 2014

Felipe Fernández-Armesto bristles at the stifling effect of peer review

Sizing up a colossus Subscription

27 February 2014

An eccentric approach helped build the Oxford University Press empire, argues Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Serendipitous scholarship Subscription

16 January 2014

Evidence is vital, but don’t reject intuition, Felipe Fernández-Armesto says

An exciting contest Subscription

28 November 2013

Felipe Fernández-Armesto judges a revealing after-dinner game

What we should ask on student feedback forms Subscription

17 October 2013

Felipe Fernández-Armesto on the inanity of questionnaires assessing teaching

North Kentucky more inspirational than the Ivy Leaguers Subscription

5 September 2013

Felipe Fernández-Armesto on two undergraduates’ stairways to heaven (via Cincinnati)

Peaks and valleys of learning in Chile Subscription

25 July 2013

In education, Chile is a land of extremes, finds Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Welcome breaches of discipline Subscription

13 June 2013

Let’s penetrate the academic boundaries, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Curriculum blind eye Subscription

2 May 2013

It’s not what you teach but how that matters, says Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Sex scandals and false accusations of abuse Subscription

21 March 2013

Felipe Fernández-Armesto calls for clearer protocols in cases of suspected abuse

Totally (b)logged off Subscription

7 February 2013

The pen is mightier than the memory board

Nor the battle to the dumb Subscription

20 December 2012

On Notre Dame’s healthy minds in healthy bodies

Not on their lives Subscription

8 November 2012

Obamacare is undemocratic; we will resist, vows Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Synonym and antonym Subscription

27 September 2012

Freedom and Liberty are not the same, finds Felipe Fernández-Armesto

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