SOURCE: Washington Post
by Danielle Allen
A Harvard political theorist takes the Fox News host to task for allowing his conservative guest to make inflammatory and unfounded statements about her in-class speech, which led to her receiving death threats.
“I just wish I had become infamous for a more clever tweet,” Burnett said. “I have plenty of those.”
SOURCE: Academe Blog
by Hank Reichman
Experience suggests that when institutions issue these kinds of condemnatory statements the harassers are only encouraged to push harder, says Hank Reichman, Chair of the American Association of Univrersity Professors Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure.
by David M. Perry
Being called a bedbug just isn't a big deal. Writing to a provost about the actions of an academic on Twitter, which Stephens said he did because "managers should be aware" how "their people...interact in the world," is the big deal.
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
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