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October 21, 2019

Peter Wood Receives Jeane Kirkpatrick Prize for Academic Freedom

National Association of Scholars

The Overton Window should be at its widest in the academy but rarely is that the case. In his acceptance speech, Peter wrestles with how to widen that window.

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June 17, 2019

NAS Supports Intellectual Diversity Bill with Recommendations

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The NAS supports a new bill to protect intellectual freedom in South Dakota, with recommendations. 

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June 13, 2019

First Annual Oregon Campus Freedom Awards

National Association of Scholars

The National Association of Scholars congratulates Oregon Campus Freedom Award recipients Blake Horner and Phillip Arola.

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September 10, 2018

NAS Supports a Besieged Academic

National Association of Scholars

PRESS RELEASE: NAS circulates an open letter asking the University of Chicago and the Medieval Academy to vindicate Professor Rachel Fulton Brown.

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September 6, 2018

OAS Launches Campus Freedom Awards for Oregon College Students

Oregon Association of Scholars

PRESS RELEASE: In response to declining intellectual freedom and diversity at Oregon college campuses, the OAS is creating the Oregon Campus Freedom Awards.

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June 15, 2018

NAS Re-publishes "The Case for Colonialism"

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PRESS RELEASE: The National Association of Scholars re-publishes the most controversial article of the last year, "The Case for Colonialism," by Portland State University professor Bruce Gille...

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December 14, 2017

NAS Statement on the Michigan Campus Free Speech Act

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PRESS RELEASE: NAS endorses the efforts of the Michigan Legislature to preserve free speech on college campuses. 

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May 1, 2014

Presidential Searches

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PRESS RELEASE: Commitment to "Intellectual Diversity" top choice for new college presidents, says NAS.

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