Citations with the tag: ACADEMIC freedom
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- Academic freedom and the constitution.
Conboy, Kenneth // Academic Questions; Summer92, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p87
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- A lawyer's brief against litigating academic disputes.
McDonald, Michael P. // Academic Questions; Fall92, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p9
Argues that academic freedom is ill served when any but its most flagrant violations are litigated. Institutional versus individual academic freedom; How courts resolve competing claims of academic freedom; Merits of First Amendment `academic freedom' actions against private colleges and...
- Scholarly ideas and a changing reality.
Burgan, Mary // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p22
Examines issues involved in determining abuses of academic freedom. Features of the `Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure'; History of the statement; Impact of the growth of religious educational institutions on academic freedom.
- A bourgeois liberal value of the past.
Gottfried, Paul // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p25
Examines the trends affecting the concept of academic freedom in the United States. History of the concept; Impact of the commercialization of higher education on academic freedom; Discussion on the future of academic freedom.
- Evening up and freedom.
Heilman, Robert B. // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p31
Examines the impact of activities made for institutional and social ends on academic freedom. Author's experience teaching in college; Impact of the advocacy of social cause on individual achievement.
- `Academic freedom': Two words in search of common ground.
Horowitz, Irving Louis // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p33
Examines the generalities affecting academic freedom. Meaning of the word academic; Definition of academic freedom; Relationship of academic freedom with free speech.
- No freedom but in harness.
Kogan, Steve // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p37
Examines the erosion of intellectual standards and constraints in the revisions of the 1940 agreement `Statement on Academic Freedom.' Author's experience looking for a copy of the original text of the agreement; Details of the changes made to the original text; Problems with the erosion of...
- On teachers for whom the Earth is flat.
Lefkowitz, Mary R. // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p40
Details the lessons learned by the author concerning academic freedom through her experience at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. Features of the dispute concerning a professor's use of the book `The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews' as a required text; Features of the professor's...
- What happened to professionalism?
London, Herbert // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p43
Examines the impact of academic freedom on establishing consensus on what should be professional conduct. Features of the `Statement on Academic Freedom' in 1940; Discussion on the challenges to academic freedom in the United States in the 1950s and 1960s; Role of academic freedom in...
- How to stop the university from self-destructing.
Martin, Jerry L.; Neal, Anne D. // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p46
Comments on the abuse of academic freedom on campuses in the United States. Comment by Benno Schmidt, former president of Yale University on the most serious problem facing freedom of expression in the United States; Examples of external threats to academic freedom; Discussion on the internal...
- Does academic freedom have philosophical presuppositions?
Rorty, Richard // Academe; Nov/Dec94, Vol. 80 Issue 6, p52
Discusses whether academic freedom rests on philosophical presuppositions. Example of the change in the relation between religious and other social practices; Technical aspects of the disagreement between the author and philosopher John Searle; Argument that philosophy does not make much...
- The `limitations' clause in the 1940 Statement of Principles: Some operating guidelines.
Finkin, Matthew W.; Ogden, Schubert M. // Academe; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p49
Focuses on an American Association of University Professors' report dealing with operating guidelines for institutions disclosing its restrictions on academic freedom to prospective members of the faculty. Sponsorship of religious denominations for the training of their laity and clergy in the...
- The assault on faculty independence.
Finkin, Matthew W. // Academe; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p16
Presents information on the Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure, a declaration issued by a committee of distinguished academics, in 1915. Claims made against the issue; Comments made regarding the claims.
- Academic freedom and electronic communications.
Finkin, Matthew W. // Academe; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p41
Provides information on a report prepared by the Association's Committee A on academic freedom and tenure in relation to how the media and information systems may alter traditional approaches to safeguarding academic freedom within the university community. Listing of several issues concerning...
- Academic freedom in the North and the South: An African perspective.
Zeleza, Paul Tiyambe // Academe; Nov/Dec97, Vol. 83 Issue 6, p16
Focuses on the need to redefine and defend academic freedom at universities in North and South America. Difference in the debates about academic freedom in North America and Africa; Comparison of the academic freedom developments in America and Africa; Forces African academics have fought...
- Is academic freedom bad for business?
Hartley, K. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists; Apr1989, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p28
Discusses the growing number of conflicts between academics who prize their traditional right to speak out and universities with new ties to commercial enterprises. INSET: Corporate-funded research may be hazardous to your health.;Bio....
- ACADEMIC FREEDOM IS A PRIVILEGE THAT MUST NOT BE SUBORDINATED TO RELIGIOUS CONVICTIONS.
Calhoun Jr., George; Alali, A. Odasuo // Education; Fall91, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p15
Discusses that academic freedom was not even acknowledged by most US universities until 1941, a year after the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), adopted the now prominent, `Statement of Principals on Academic Freedom and Tenure.' The problems regarding academic freedom;...
- WHAT SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ACADEMIC FREEDOM.
Wildman, Louis // Education; Fall91, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p21
Gives suggestions on what school administrators need to know about academic freedom, and discusses the history of academic freedom. Evidence that shows a good job has not been shown for the justification of academic freedom; What teacher evaluation should entail; Details.
- ACADEMIC FREEDOM, THE FIRST AMENDMENT, AND STUDENTS' RIGHTS.
Iyasere, Marla W. M. // Education; Fall91, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p25
Considers the relationship of academic freedom to the First Amendment. The First Amendment as defined by the Supreme Court; The rights of faculty and administrators to have the full exercise of free expression; The protections of the First Amendment; Details.
- ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Fengling Chen; Yanjun Du; Ma Yu // Education; Fall91, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p29
Examines academic freedom both in America and China. Professors and students in America are considered equals; The student and teacher in China are separates; Perspectives on higher education and academic freedom in the People's Republic of China and the US; The meaning of academic freedom; How...
- Erosion of faculty freedom of speech rights.
Hassenpflug, Ann // High School Journal; Feb/Mar97, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p173
Presents cases that suggest the erosion of public school faculty members' freedom of speech rights regarding matters of public concern. Issue of First Amendment protection for a public employee who spoke on matters of public concern in `Pickering v. Board of Education of Township High School...
- IRA, NCTE issue statement on intellectual freedom.
Hassenpflug, Ann // Reading Today; Oct/Nov92, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p2
Discusses the brochure `Common Ground,' prepared by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and International Reading Association (IRA) Joint Task force on Intellectual Freedom. Message of brochure; Principles of access offered; Other topics covered in brochure; Contact information.
- Catholics and academia.
Hassenpflug, Ann // Christian Century; 5/17/89-5/24/89, Vol. 106 Issue 17, p521
Roman Catholic educators, experts, bishops, and Vatican officials have urged Pope John Paul II to permit academic freedom in Catholic colleges and universities, even when certain teachings are inconsistent with church doctrine.
- Forbidden thoughts.
Hassenpflug, Ann // American Enterprise; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p65
Presents a discussion by four academics on the barriers that exist against certain kinds of intellectual inquiry. Career background of the panelists; Most controversial aspect of their work; Discussion on the taboos in society.
- Universities resisting supercomputer restrict
Hassenpflug, Ann // Aviation Week & Space Technology; 8/26/85, Vol. 123 Issue 10, p59
New Reagan Administration policy guidelines barring Soviet, Communist-bloc and Chinese citizens from US academic supercomputer facilities would conflict with university rules protecting academic freedom, according to university officials.
- `Free us all'.
Etlin, Melissa // NEA Today; May93, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p6
Reports on the suspension of three Meridian, Idaho high school teachers for inviting lesbian parents as guest speakers in their social studies classes. Support of the Meridian Education Association (MEA) and the Idaho Education Association (IEA); Community residents' support; Campaign against a...
- The problem of academic freedom in the Church
Kirtland, R. // America; 4/25/1987, Vol. 156 Issue 16, p348
The case of Father Charles Curran and the Catholic Church brings up the problem of academic freedom. Questions of theology must not be solved by administrative fiat. It is distressing that today in the free West, the principle of academic freedom must still be urged.
- McCarthyism then and now.
Thernstrom, Stephan // Academic Questions; Winter90/91, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p14
Compares academic assaults from within with those directed at the university from external sources forty years ago. Racial incident involvement; Experiences of other scholars; Comparison with the McCarthy period; Professor James Coleman's background.
- YOUNG PEOPLE.
Thernstrom, Stephan // American Libraries; Apr75, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p247
Reports that the Intellectual Freedom Committee is preparing an idea guide for local community programs and activities that will explore and clarify issues involved in intellectual freedom for young people.
- Court orders disclosure of course materials on sexuality.
Franke, Ann H. // Academe; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p60
Focuses on the role of academic institutions in society and the nature of academic freedom. New York Supreme Court ruling in the case of `Russo v. Nassau County Community College'; Application of the New York Freedom of Information Law; Background of the case; Public's right to information in...
- Exploring the boundaries of academic freedom.
Lefkowitz, Mary R. // National Forum; Spring95, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p16
Discusses the limits of academic freedom. Question of competence; Responsibility of faculty members; Impossibility of academic discourse in certain quarters.
- Is this the end of politics?
Sillitoe, Allan // New Statesman; 03/14/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4325, p26
Recalls how the author was able to exercise his freedom as a writer despite censorship by Cold War propagandist and class war intellectuals. Text of a fly sheet labeling the author as a traitor to the English working class; Reaction in Soviet Russia of a foreword to a book about the persecution...
- `Correct' suppression.
Sillitoe, Allan // Wilson Quarterly; Summer91, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p15
Reviews the article `A Quiet Threat to Academic Freedom,' by James S. Coleman published in `National Review,' dated March 18, 1991 on the threat posed by professors for academic freedom. Imposition of sanctions against colleagues when taboos on certain topics are violated; Suppression of...
- Intellectual inquiry and academic activism.
Berube, Michael // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p18
Focuses on the definition of academic freedom Sidney Hook in the book `Academic Freedom and Academic Anarchy' and its relevance in light of efforts to delegitimize and defund liberal and leftwing scholarships. Author's views on academic freedom; Details of the efforts to curtail left wing...
- Opinion and the world of possibilities.
Morson, Gary Saul // Academic Questions; Winter94/95, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p45
Part III. Examines the relationship of multiple possibilities to intellectual freedom and pluralism. Focus on the intellectual maladies of the intelligentsia; World of opinion as a world of possibilities; Examination of chronocentrism which asserts that the present moment is intellectually...
- Institutional diversification toward a more expansive academy.
Riesman, David // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p52
Examines the existence of a variety of academic institutions as an aspect of academic freedom. Changes affecting higher education in the United States; Discussion on the so-called feminist near-hegemony in intellectual life; Dilemma facing the author in teaching.
- Resentment: The academic vice.
Silber, John // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p54
Identifies doctrinal bias or just plain resentment as the primary cause of intellectual censorship and hindrance to academic freedom. Description of academic freedom; Problems with the confusion of academic freedom with that of tenure; Role of courage in the exercise of academic freedom;...
- Bringing the humanities down to Earth.
Smith, Barry // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p58
Argues that academic freedom is a privilege deserved only by institutions or departments that contribute measurably to the goals of higher education. Description of the Pascal's syndrome and how a similar condition affects academies; Problems on internal reviews affecting academic freedom; Need...
- The de facto constitution of western education.
Todorovich, Miro M. // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p62
Argues that the goal of academic freedom is objective truth. History of the `Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure'; Description of the conditions in the 1990s and its impact on the social value of the truth; Impact of the delegitimization of objective truths on academic freedom.
- The PC prerequisite for freedom.
Tuttleton, James W. // Academic Questions; Fall97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p68
Focuses on the prospects for academic freedom and the pursuit of truth in universities. History of the `Statement of the Principles of Academic Freedom and Tenure' in 1940 by the American Association of University Professors; Details of the collapse of the association; Implications on the...
- Seven Principles of Higher Education: A Primer.
Furedy, John J. // Academic Questions; Fall2000, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p44
Discusses the principles of higher education. Central mission of the academic community; Right of all members to academic freedom; Basis of appropriate elitism in the university.
- Liberalism, speech codes, and related problems.
Sunstein, Cass R. // Academe; Jul/Aug93, Vol. 79 Issue 4, p14
Discusses issues on restrictions on hate speech. Low-value and high-value speech; Liberalism and speech on campus; Legal aspects of restrictions; Arguments of colleges and universities; Need to design a system of free expression to safeguard exchange of ideas.
- Book reviews.
Metzger, Walter P. // Academe; Jul/Aug94, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p51
Reviews the book `Academic Freedom,' by Conrad Russell.
- Academic freedom as an ethical practice.
Scott, Joan Wallach // Academe; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p44
Focuses on an article adapted from a lecture given in November 1994 as part of the AAUP Lectures Series `Academic Freedom and the Future of the University.' Importance of academic freedom; Threat to academic freedom; Details of the issue.
- Censured administrations.
Scott, Joan Wallach // Academe; Jul/Aug95, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p81
Presents a list of institutions which are violating the principles of academic freedom, as brought out by a investigation by the American Association of University Professors.
- Censured administrations.
Scott, Joan Wallach // Academe; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p58
Presents a list of institutions that are not observing the generally recognized principles of academic freedom and tenure endorsed by the American Association of University Professors, the Association of American Colleges and Universities, and more than 150 other educational organizations. ...
- Censured administrations.
Scott, Joan Wallach // Academe; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p40
Examines the unsatisfactory conditions of the academic freedom and tenure that prevails on a number of institutions by the American Association of University Professors. Listing of these censured administrators and the dates of censuring.
- Caught in the crossfire between academic and religious freedom.
Marty, Martin E. // Academe; Jan/Feb98, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p62
Opinion. Examines the conflict between academic and religious freedom. Information on the deprivations of freedom; What analysts of academic freedom on church-related campuses noted.
Izaguirre, Ines // Academe; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p18
Discusses the impact of Argentina's changing political situation on academic freedom in the universities. Damages inflicted by the military dictatorships; Information on the Night of the Long Canes, a violent campus event on July 28, 1966; Consequences of globalization and their repercussions...
Funari, Pedro Paulo A. // Academe; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 85 Issue 4, p22
Discusses the status of academic freedom in Brazil's universities. Description of the Brazilian society; Effect of military dictatorship; Information on globalization and patronage as hindrances for academic freedom; Reduction of funds for scientific research.