The American Scholar is an esteemed quarterly magazine first established by Ralph Waldo Emerson in 1932. Living up to this legacy as one of the nation’s preeminent intellectual publications, The American Scholar features Pulitzer-Prize winning fiction, rising poetic voices, memoirs from distinguished authors, debates among top scholars, and insightful essays covering history, culture, politics and science. Curated for public intellectuals, it convenes nuanced perspectives across divides with an ethical lens ultimately upholding values of truth, democracy and humanity’s highest potential. Its discerning literary journalism mines the depth of issues so readers may transcend polarizing surfaces towards deeper wisdom. Above all, The American Scholar serves a moral vision seeking light over heat.
The American Scholar – Winter 2024
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