Events

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June 11, 2021

Event: Fighting for Academic Freedom in America, Canada, and Britain

National Association of Scholars

Join the National Association of Scholars on Thursday, June 17th, at 2 pm ET for a webinar event as we speak with leaders in the fight for academic freedom from the United States, Canada, an......

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April 29, 2021

The New Censorship in American Higher Ed: Insights from Portland State

National Association of Scholars

A new wave of censorship has arisen in the United States propelled by the January 2021 Capitol Riot and building upon “anti-racism” activism that arose in the Summer of 2020. Join Bruce Gi......

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March 8, 2021

Webinar Event: A Book Too Risky to Publish

National Association of Scholars

A Book Too Risky to Publish provided an extensive critique of academic censorship and self-censorship of free speech and open inquiry. To remember the recent passing of Prof. James Flynn, NA......

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September 5, 2018

From the Newsletter: Amy Wax Receives the Peter Shaw Award

National Association of Scholars

A summary of the events leading to the controversy, and the story behind the Peter Shaw Memorial Award. 

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April 12, 2018

Honoring Amy Wax: Video

National Association of Scholars

Watch the live feed from our event honoring Amy Wax here, and catch up on the latest developments.

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January 26, 2017

Securing Liberty

Rachelle Peterson

NAS members and friends gathered in Oklahoma City for NAS’s 30th anniversary conference.

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November 1, 2016

Video: Academic Freedom in the Age of Political Correctness

National Association of Scholars

Peter Wood speaks at First Things alongside Mark Bauerlein, Jay Schalin, and KC Johnson. 

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August 31, 2016

Save the Date: Academic Freedom in the Age of Political Correctness

National Association of Scholars

Join us for an evening discussion about rebuilding the foundations of academic freedom. 

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