Each month, we are sharing a glimpse at "What we're reading..." This ILS blog features a variety of news articles, blog posts, or other websites that have caught the eye and the attention of our faculty recently. Covering a range of different topics in each post, we hope that you might also find these pieces interesting, intriguing or inspiring.
What has captured your imagination or caught your attention lately? If you have found an interesting article, blog post or website lately, we would love to add that to our personal reading list. Please share in the comments section or email us any time.
- The Glory and Misery of Education - Gerhart Niemeyer, The Imaginative Conservatie
- Here's How to Save Your Family from Technology Creep - Gracy Olmstead, The Federalist
- An Illustrated Guide to Master the Elements of Cooking - Without Recipes - Rachel Martin & Maria Godoy, NPR - The Salt
- The Persistence of Print - Mark Bauerlein, First Things
- A Sense of Enlightenment - Michael Taube, The Claremont Review of Books
- Reclaiming a Father's Presence at Home - John A. Cuddeback, Institute for Family Studies