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Rand-o-rama

David Glenn, a Senior Reporter for The Chronicle of Higher Education, interviewed me via email for a series of articles on "Ayn Rand's Academic Legacy." The articles appear in the paper's July 13, 2007 issue, and are also available online to subscribers. Check out Glenn's blog post today, "Rand-o-rama," in which he provides links to the CHE series (and also mentions my work on the radical, noninterventionist aspects of Rand's perspective on U.S. foreign policy).

Readers will remember that I was interviewed back in 1999 by Jeff Sharlet of CHE (mentioned by Glenn in his blog post as well; see here and here) on the growth in Rand scholarship. While the most recent essays don't mention me by name, they allude to my 1995 book, Ayn Rand: The Russian Radical, and also mention The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, of which I am a founding co-editor. (For nonsubscribers, a summary of the above references in Glenn's essays appears in my "About the Author" section. See here.)

Also noted at L&P.