To achieve reform, it will not work simply to stuff in courses that come out of the English department’s current offerings and call it a day.
The COVID-19 epidemic offers us the possibility to rethink certain aspects of education. Business education already was showing the strain of some bad assumptions and institutional choices, and we thought it worthwhile to gather a few writers who have thought deeply about how universities might rethink the field.
by Donald L. Drakeman and Kendall Hack
by Wilfred M. McClay
by James Otteson