Ethnic studies

Asian American Studies association endorses the boycott of Israeli universities

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The general membership of the Association for Asian American Studies unanimously approves a resolution endorsing the boycott of Israeli universities.

 

 

 

 

 

Book reflects on Black Campus Movement on campuses small and large

New book aims to put the fight for black studies departments and cultural centers in a broader historical context.

The Evolving Ethnic Studies Classroom

Professors call for a broader view of their programs -- and consider how to reach "resistant" white students.

Taking Back 'My Hump'

“What you gon’ do with all that junk? All that junk inside that trunk?”

While the Black Eyed Peas’ answer to those questions involves getting “love drunk off my hump,” some professors at the Berklee College of Music, in Boston, offer up an entirely different response to the lyrics -- one aimed at helping their students understand the “commercialization of hip-hop” and the role students have in evolving the genre.

David Horowitz Has a List

New book names the "101 most dangerous academics in America." Some included feel honored, and others see McCarthyism.

The Ward Churchill Verdict

Faculty panel in Colorado finds multiple instances of "deliberate" misconduct, including falsification and plagiarism, but professors split on whether he should be fired.

Truth and Consequences

Faculty inquiry finding misconduct by Ward Churchill also faults his university -- and leaving fate uncertain, is sure to stoke more debate.

Vanderbilt Rising

University recruits Houston Baker and Hortense Spillers -- stars in black literary studies -- as part of major faculty hiring drive.

Colorado Moves to Fire Churchill

For first time in saga over controversial professor, administration seeks his ouster.

Investigation Over 9/11 Teachings

Wisconsin orders inquiry after instructor shares controversial views on radio show, and suggests he will include them in class.

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