Liberating Academic Freedom

Marsden, George M.
December 1998
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Dec1998, Issue 88, p11
Opinion. Discusses the role of religion in higher education in the United States. Comparison between academic freedom at the Calvin College and the University of California at Berkeley; Integration of faith, learning and life at Calvin College; Analysis of the 1940 report on academic freedom by the American Association of University Professors; Need to rethink the cultural role of religiously based colleges.


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