A quick tour of the whole poem courtesy of The Guardian.
Articles that trace recent developments in:
Queer theory http://chronicle.com/article/The-Q-Factor/130157/
Review of The Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library, a new book series that presents original texts and modern translations of landmark books. http://harvardmagazine.com/2012/01/mysteries-and-masterpieces
115 hits for Greta Garbo and 325 for Woody Allen in books said to date from before they were born; editions of Jane Eyre classified under history or antiques and collectibles; Sigmund Freud listed as an author of a guide to an internet interface.
Wordsworth Editions’ current top 10 bestselling titles in the UK:
1 The Great Gatsby
2 Wuthering Heights
3 Jane Eyre
4 The Secret Garden
5 Great Expectations
7 Pride and Prejudice
8 The Picture of Dorian Gray
9 War and Peace
Regardless as where you stand on this, presumably both sides would agree that if universities are to be run on business models that this should not merely involve ‘business-speak’, but also the best possible business practice. Just having the jargon pleases no-one.
This is focused on the UK but includes the scores for all European countries in a pdf file on the right hand side. Intellectual, organizational and financial autonomy are covered.
Reviews of Thinking Fast and Slow – the recent book by a psychologist who won the Nobel Prize for economics – appear in The Financial Times and Vanity Fair as well as the usual book review pages. It documents common errors of judgement that pervade human decision making in governments, companies and universities.
For a detailed review of the second volume of Beckett’s letters in the TLS (Times Literary Supplement) see: http://www.the-tls.co.uk/tls/public/article812332.ece