Jonathan Zimmerman

Jonathan Zimmerman teaches education and history at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author (with Emily Robertson) of “The Case for Contention: Teaching Controversial Issues in American Schools,” recently published by University of Chicago Press.

Donald Trump has abandoned Reagan's legacy on defense: Can Democrats capitalize? Jonathan Zimmerman
With Mugabe out, time to end sanctions against Zimbabwe? Not so fast Jonathan Zimmerman
Trump, Charlottesville and the perils of "cultural relativism" Jonathan Zimmerman
Don't tape our teachers: Why surreptitious recording in the classroom isn't OK Jonathan Zimmerman
Donald Trump's transgender ban vs. Harry Truman's desegregation order: A backward echo of the past Jonathan Zimmerman
Sexual violence on campus must not be tolerated — but using Title IX as a censorship tool is not the answer Jonathan Zimmerman
Schools, lies and Donald Trump: Teachers must resist emulating our fact-challenged president Jonathan Zimmerman
Donald Trump, Jews and the myth of race: How Jews gradually became "white," and how that changed America Jonathan Zimmerman
Phyllis Schlafly and the global right: Conservatives who denounce globalism easily gloss over her influence in the movement Jonathan Zimmerman
Colin Kaepernick and American freedom: The quarterback's protest exemplifies what our nation stands for Jonathan Zimmerman
Enough with the world tour: Bring the Summer Olympics back home to Greece Jonathan Zimmerman
“Where is our ‘Donald Trump’ when we need one?”: The GOP nominee, as Africans see him Jonathan Zimmerman
Requiem for the backpacker: Today's youths risk missing out on the joys of spontaneous travel Jonathan Zimmerman
Muhammad Ali’s real legacy: From fanaticism to tolerance Jonathan Zimmerman
Donald Trump’s not-so-silent majority: His backers — extreme and embodying violence — are everything Nixon deplored Jonathan Zimmerman
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