Steven Salaita's long-anticipated lawsuit against the U. of Illinois includes a twist: in addition to administrators, he's suing the donors he says interfered in his job at the university.
The U. of New Brunswick stands behind a professor who said Asians are ruining the "British" city of Vancouver.
Professor sets off debate by writing that student requests to avoid discussions on rape law are limiting important parts of legal education. Some faculty say that they don't avoid the topic, but handle discussions in different ways than they do other subjects.
U. of Illinois board issues statement creating a path for James Kilgore -- who served prison time for his activities with the Symbionese Liberation Army -- to resume teaching.
Panel criticizes American Studies Association's year-old academic boycott of Israel at body's annual meeting. And the panelists in turn are criticized.
New books on academic freedom and free speech argue that the most serious threats to academic freedom and free speech are coming from within higher education.
Most of the faculty at General Theological Seminary is out. But whether they resigned or were fired depends on who you ask.
The university says it was worried about the impact Steven Salaita might have on some students because of his criticism of Israel. But did officials apply that test when examining professor who espoused anti-gay views?
In his first public remarks since losing his job offer, controversial scholar says he still wants to teach at U. of Illinois.
As Berkeley chancellor joins those calling for more civility in academe, faculty critics see an attack on academic freedom.
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