Academic Freedom

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Peter Wood Discusses Threats to Academic Freedom on Fox and Friends

Feb 13, 2018 by NAS |

NAS President Peter Wood appeared on Fox and Friends to discuss our report, Charting Academic Freedom, as well as the biggest threats to academic freedom.

Academia is Overdue for a Reality Check

Feb 06, 2018 by Emina Melonic |

Emina Melonic writes at American Greatness about academic ideologues and the desire to deny reality and truth.

National Association of Scholars Releases New Resource for Academic Freedom

Feb 01, 2018 by NAS |

RELEASE: Today marks the release of a first-of-its-kind reference for academic freedom, and an important resource for those standing against the threat of intellectal conformity in American higher education.

NYC Launch Tomorrow for Charting Academic Freedom

Jan 31, 2018 by NAS |

Join NAS on Thursday, February 1 for the release of our newest report, Charting Academic Freedom: 103 Years of Debate

UConn Coddling Students

Jan 30, 2018 by Jay Bergman |

NAS board member, Jay Bergman, writes to the President of the University of Connecticut. 

Charting Academic Freedom: 103 Years of Debate - 2/1/2018 in New York City

Jan 22, 2018 by NAS |

Join us in New York City for the launch of NAS’s latest project, Charting Academic Freedom, a comparison of every major statement on intellectual freedom over the last century. 

Professor’s Racial Harassment of White Student was ‘Personal’

Jan 11, 2018 by Dion J. Pierre |

A Native American professor at San Diego State University racially harassed a white student, the California State Department of Justice concluded last week.

David Horowitz: Battlefield Notes from a War Gone Unnoticed

Oct 20, 2017 by Peter Wood |

Peter Wood reviews David Horowitz's new book, "The Left in the University."

Protecting Academic Freedom Through All the Campus Smoke

Oct 20, 2017 by Peter Wood |

Protecting freedom of speech means shielding it from the left and the right. 

Campus Speech and Anti-Klan Laws

Oct 03, 2017 by NAS |

NAS Member Jay Weiser writes on the legal remedies available to preserve free speech on campus.

Censorship: Another Cheap Chinese Import We Don’t Need

Aug 30, 2017 by Rachelle Peterson |

Efforts to censor Cambridge University Press show how far the Chinese government will go to stifle intellectual freedom. 

Penn Dean to Law Prof: We Favor Free Speech, but Not Yours

Aug 15, 2017 by Peter Wood |

Amy Wax comes under fire for defending the traditional bourgeois values of family, civic-mindedness, hard work, and respect for authority. 

Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in…

Aug 11, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The entirety of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

The Declining Commitment to Diversity and Inclusiveness

Aug 09, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The fifth of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

The Declining Commitment to Academic Freedom and the Free Exchange of Ideas

Aug 07, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The fourth of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

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