The American Association of University Professors has launched a new Journal of Academic Freedom, which will be published annually or twice a year. The debut issue features articles that look back in time (on academic freedom during the Cold War) and many other pieces very much in the present, looking at such topics as graduate student rights, the role of corporate influence in higher education, and shifting ideas about faculty governance.
- Open records and academic freedom come to a head in Kansas
- New book details founding and evolution of AAUP
- Taking a Stand on 'Mass Firings'
- An AAUP Manifesto
- Stretching the Definition of Academic Freedom
- Cary Nelson's New Platform
- AAUP recommends more communication between faculty and governing boards
- New Orleans, Back in the Fold
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