SOURCE: Chronicle of Higher Education
Campus Reform seeks to "stoke outrage at ‘liberal’ professors, with the political intent of creating a viral sensation that circulates through a highly partisan right-wing media ecosystem, and into the broader public discussion,” says Isaac Camola, a political science professor who has been active in organizing professors who are targeted by outrage campaigns.
“I just wish I had become infamous for a more clever tweet,” Burnett said. “I have plenty of those.”
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.
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