SOURCE: American Historical Association
"We trust that Collin College will respect and protect Dr. Burnett’s rights under the First Amendment to the US Constitution."--Jim Grossman, AHA Executive Director
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
by Matt Reed
In the wake of a political movement consciously designed to denigrate any expertise outside of making money, calming anxious trustees an uphill battle. But it’s necessary. Anyone with a grasp of history knows that there’s no appeasing a purity movement; one kill simply whets its appetite for the next one.
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.
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