In April 16, 2007 Scholars & Rogues flung open the doors with high hopes and a basic premise: get smart people together, give them a forum, and get out of the way. […]
New look, and maybe more attitude. We do it because we just can’t help ourselves. Back in April, as I marked the tenth anniversary of Scholars & Rogues, I noted the phases […]
Fanaticism consists in redoubling your effort when you have forgotten your aim. — George Santayana, 1863-1952 We’re not fanatics here at Scholars & Rogues. As our founder, Sam Smith, writes today on our […]
On lighting a fire for scholarly rogueship Ten years is a long time, and it passes in a heartbeat. When Sam invited me to join the Scrogues a decade ago, it was […]
A brief history of S&R: It’s been a great decade. We hope you’ll stick around for another 10 years. On April 16, 2007, a few of us (mostly immigrants from The 5th Estate […]
Happy Thanksgiving from the staff at Scholars & Rogues.
Scholars & Rogues has been around for seven and a half years or so, and during that time we have evolved. Early on we were a political blog with a culturalist bent. […]
Yep. Check out #5. Sic ’em, Alex.
Periodically we find ourselves needing to remind everyone about our comment policy, which is quite a bit different from what you find on other sites. This isn’t a problem for a vast […]