Starving The Watchdog: Who Foots The Bill When Newspapers Disappear?
Whereas most of us treat newspapers like consumer products, new research from Paul Gao, Chang Lee, and Dermot Murphy suggests that they might be more like police departments.
When bishops said 'yes' to war, Ben Salmon said 'no'
"French Catholics saw the war as a chance to unite France; German Catholics (persecuted by the state in the 19th century) participated wholeheartedly," historian and former dean of the University of Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters John T. McGreevy told NCR.
I’m for Affirmative Action. Can You Change My Mind?
Gary Gutting is a emeritus professor of philosophy at Notre Dame.