Academics are told to "<strong>engage the public</strong>," as if that were an intrinsic value. But real value might mean writing a <br />book that few people will read

Academics are told to &quot;engage the public,&quot; as if that were an intrinsic value. But real value might mean writing a book that few people will
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Academics are told to "engage the public," as if that were an intrinsic value. But real value might mean writing a book that few people will read

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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