Boston College declines to publish video of a debate between the author Dinesh D'Souza and the scholar Alan Wolfe. Censorship or editorial judgment?
As Tufts president vows to offer First Amendment protections like those at public institutions, some say ruling in student magazine case shows a contradiction.
Scholarly group issues two critiques of developments it sees threatening academic freedom; tensions on the rise over DePaul and Barnard tenure cases.
Controversial professor resigns and both sides issue conciliatory statements, but many believe academic freedom issues will outlast tenure dispute.
U. of Michigan Press halts -- but may resume -- distribution of book published in Britain arguing that creation of Israel was a mistake.
University cites academic freedom issues -- and also says that nature of book will prompt reconsideration of relationship with British publisher of the work.
Church investigation of Georgetown U. theology professor's book raises concerns about academic freedom.
Alumni provide funds for U. of Illinois to promote capitalist thought, with goal of creating public university equivalent of Stanford think tank -- and spreading model elsewhere. Some professors are alarmed.
University's professors take to the (virtual) streets after the Hoover Institution announces its newest distinguished visiting fellow, the former secretary of defense.
After years of planning, a new generation of ideological colleges takes shape, in purposeful counterpoint to traditional institutions they see as having lost the way.
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