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Defining Academic Freedom in the USA

December 22, 2010


December 21, 2010 By Cary Nelson, Over the course of decades, a great many books, essays, and policies have been written and published about academic freedom. We have learned how to apply it to pedagogical, technological, cultural, and political realities that did not exist when the concept was first defined. Not only faculty members, […]

Embattled Professor Is Awarded Tenure at Barnard

November 4, 2007


November 3, 2007   By ALAN FINDER   An assistant professor of anthropology at Barnard College whose scholarship on the use of archaeology in Israel has attracted both fierce criticism and scholarly support has been approved for tenure, Barnard officials said in a statement released yesterday.   The professor, Nadia Abu El-Haj, who was born […]