In the span of less than a generation, university humanities departments have experienced an almost unbelievable reversal of attitudes, now attacking and undermining what had previously been considered best and most worthy in the Western tradition. In this book John M. Ellis scrutinizes the regime in humanistic studies. He offers an analysis that exposes the weaknesses of notions that are fashionable in humanities today. He speaks out against the orthodoxy that has installed race, gender, and class perspectives at the center of college humanities curricula.
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Subtítulo: SOCIAL AGENDAS AND THE CORRUPTION OF THE HUMANITIE