Academic Freedom

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Angri-culture and Disagreement

Sep 28, 2018 by Peter Wood |

Testimony to the House Judiciary Committee on the state of intellectual freedom in the United States. 

NAS Supports a Besieged Academic

Sep 10, 2018 NAS |

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

Aim Higher Act: Setting Lower Standards for Higher Ed

Sep 07, 2018 by NAS |

An analysis of the House Democrats' alternative to the PROSPER Act. 

OAS Launches Campus Freedom Awards for Oregon College Students

Sep 06, 2018 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.

From the Newsletter: Amy Wax Receives the Peter Shaw Award

Sep 05, 2018 by NAS |

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

NAS Applauds the Univ. of North Florida’s Decision to Close Confucius Institute

Aug 20, 2018 by NAS |

Following questions from Senator Marco Rubio, the University of North Florida becomes the ninth US university to close a Confucius Institute.

An Open Letter in Support of a Besieged Academic

Aug 16, 2018 by NAS |

Rachel Fulton Brown seems unusually friendless as she defends against derisive epithets from colleagues and hecklers. NAS is calling for academics and their institutions to sign this letter in her support.

Turkey’s Disappearing Miracle

Jul 18, 2018 by Chance Layton |

Turkey's universities strengthed academic freedom over the last three decades, now it faces extinction. What went wrong?

Oregon Campuses Need Intellectual Freedom

Jul 09, 2018 by Bruce Gilley |

NAS Oregon Affiliate President Bruce Gilley writes in support of the PROSPER Act.

NAS Applauds Wisconsin High Court Ruling in McAdams Case

Jul 06, 2018 NAS |

PRESS RELEASE: Wisconsin Supreme Court sides with academic freedom in the case of John McAdams.

NAS Re-publishes “The Case for Colonialism”

Jun 15, 2018 NAS |

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 Gilley. 

NAS Submits Testimony on Confucius Institutes

Jun 05, 2018 by NAS |

NAS policy director Rachelle Peterson submits written testimony to the United Kingdom on Confucius Institutes.

A Giving Tree’s Unknown Clauses

May 29, 2018 by NAS |

NAS sends an open letter to George Mason University urging President Cabrera to hire an external investigator.

NAS Applauds Ted Cruz’s Stop Higher Education Espionage and Theft Act

May 24, 2018 by NAS |

NAS is pleased to see the introduction of this new bill which provides further transparency of foreign governments' activities on American campuses.

George Mason University’s Confucius Institute: A Letter to GMU’s President

May 07, 2018 by Peter Wood |

GMU's Confucius Institute has many strings attached and deserves to be added to the list of gifts being investigated by the GMU president.

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