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2022
Intellectual Freedom in Medieval Universities
Hankins J. Intellectual Freedom in Medieval Universities. First Things. 2022;(4.2.2022). Publisher's Version
The Honor Deficit
Hankins J. The Honor Deficit. First Things. 2022;(3.4.22). Publisher's Version
2021
Edexit: We shouldn’t let the education crisis go to waste
Hankins J. Edexit: We shouldn’t let the education crisis go to waste. Law & Liberty. 2021;(1.11.2021). Publisher's Version
How the University of Austin can Change the History Profession
Hankins J. How the University of Austin can Change the History Profession. Law & Liberty. 2021;(8.12.2021). Publisher's Version
How to be on the Right Side of History
Hankins J. How to be on the Right Side of History. First Things. 2021;(17.11.2021). Publisher's Version
St. Basil’s Guide to Cultural Appropriation
Hankins J. St. Basil’s Guide to Cultural Appropriation. First Things. 2021;(12.12.2021). Publisher's Version
Virtue vs. Virtue Signalling
Hankins J. Virtue vs. Virtue Signalling. First Things. 2021;(11 October 2021). Publisher's Version
Princeton Classics and the Black Classical Tradition
Hankins J. Princeton Classics and the Black Classical Tradition. Law and Liberty. 2021;(July 15). Publisher's Version
2020
A Monument to Our Shared Purpose
Guelzo AC, Hankins J. A Monument to Our Shared Purpose. The Wall Street Journal. 2020;(June 29). Publisher's Version
Classical Secularity Versus Liberal Secularism
Hankins J. Classical Secularity Versus Liberal Secularism. Church Life Journal. 2020;(June 24). Publisher's Version
Liberal Learning beyond Liberalism: The Humanities as Soulcraft in the Renaissance and Today
Hankins J. Liberal Learning beyond Liberalism: The Humanities as Soulcraft in the Renaissance and Today. The Public Discourse. 2020;(June 13). Publisher's Version
American Meritocracy: A Tipping Point?
Hankins J. American Meritocracy: A Tipping Point?. Law & Liberty. 2020;(June 11). Publisher's Version
Sweet Land of Tyranny
Hankins J. Sweet Land of Tyranny. Law & Liberty. 2020;(June 4). Publisher's Version
Do we really want a new Cold War?
Hankins J. Do we really want a new Cold War?. Quillette. 2020;(May 24). Publisher's Version