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  • Volume 2 | AAUP
    Find Chapters Conferences Start a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding Terms and Abbreviations Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home Reports Publications Journal of Academic Freedom AAUP Policies Reports Academe Economic Status Report Compensation Survey Bulletin of the AAUP The Redbook Journal of Academic Freedom About Contact Call for Papers Volume 1 2010 Volume 2 2011 Editor s Introduction Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 AAUP Bookstore Volume 2 Faculty Editor Cary Nelson University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Managing Editor Gwendolyn Bradley Table of Contents Editor s Introduction By Cary Nelson Essays All essays are in PDF format Teaching in the Corporate University Assessment as a Labor Issue By John Champagne Outcomes Assessment Conceptual and Other Problems By John W Powell The Disemboweled University Online Knowledge and Academic Freedom By Philo Hutcheson John Ervin Kirkpatrick and the Rulers of American Colleges By Timothy Reese Cain and Steven E Gump A Tale of Two Conferences On Power Identity and Academic Freedom By Mazen Masri Invigorating the Classroom By Ernst Benjamin Fundamental Freedom or Fringe Benefit Rice University and the Administrative History of Tenure 1935 1963 By Caitlin Rosenthal Butler University v John Doe A New Challenge to Academic Freedom and Shared Governance By William Watts Biology Theology and Academic Freedom The Challenges of Interdisciplinary Teaching at a Catholic University By Donna Yarri and Spencer S Stober Conference Proceedings The View from 2020 How Universities Came Back By Christopher Newfield Campus Clout Statewide Strength Improving Shared Governance through Unionization By Bill Lyne What Do Graduate Employee Unions Have to Do with Academic Freedom By Michael Verderame Graduate Student Academic Freedom and the Apprenticeship Myth By Dan Colson Trigger Warnings A current threat to academic freedom comes from a demand that teachers

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  • Volume 3 | AAUP
    Get Involved Upcoming Events Local Toolkit Issue Campaigns Find Chapters Conferences Start a Chapter I Need Help With Workplace Issues Understanding Terms and Abbreviations Responding to Financial Crisis You are here Home Reports Publications Journal of Academic Freedom AAUP Policies Reports Academe Economic Status Report Compensation Survey Bulletin of the AAUP The Redbook Journal of Academic Freedom About Contact Call for Papers Volume 1 2010 Volume 2 2011 Volume 3 2012 Editor s Introduction Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 AAUP Bookstore Volume 3 Faculty Editor Cary Nelson University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Managing Editor Gwendolyn Bradley Editorial Assistant Ezra Deutsch Feldman Table of Contents All essays are in pdf format Editor s Introduction By Cary Nelson Assessment as a Subversive Activity By Dave Porter In Response to Ellen Schrecker s Ward Churchill at the Dalton Trumbo Fountain By Ward Churchill Report on the Termination of Ward Churchill By Don Eron Suzanne Hudson and Myron Hulen Colorado Conference of the AAUP The Dismissal of Ralph Turner A Historical Case Study of Events at the University of Pittsburgh By Curtis J Good The US Air Force Academy Elite Undergraduate College By Jeff Dyche Negotiating Academic Freedom A Cautionary Tale By Stephen Aby and Dave Witt Cooking the Goose That Lays the Golden Eggs California s Higher Education System in Peril By Dennis Loo Dorothy D Wills Yasha Karant Mayra Besosa Päivi Hoikkala Chris Nagel Nicholas von Glahn Ranjeeta Basu and Ralph Westfall Academic Freedom in a State Sponsored African University The Case of the University of Mauritius By Ramola Ramtohul Academic Freedom in Principle and Practice The Case of Algeria By Malika Rebai Maamri Trigger Warnings A current threat to academic freedom comes from a demand that teachers provide warnings in advance if assigned material contains anything

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  • Volume 4 | AAUP
    2012 Volume 4 2013 Editor s Introduction Volume 4 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 AAUP Bookstore Volume 4 Faculty Editor Ashley Dawson The Graduate Center City University of New York Managing Editor Gwendolyn Bradley Assistant Editor Ezra Deutsch Feldman Table of Contents All essays are in pdf format Editor s Introduction By Ashley Dawson Rethinking Academic Boycotts By Marjorie Heins Palestine Boycott and Academic Freedom A Reassessment Introduction By Bill V Mullen Boycott Academic Freedom and the Moral Responsibility to Uphold Human Rights By Omar Barghouti The Israeli State of Exception and the Case for Academic Boycott By David Lloyd and Malini Johar Schueller Boycotts against Israel and the Question of Academic Freedom in American Universities in the Arab World By Sami Hermez and Mayssoun Soukarieh Changing My Mind about the Boycott By Joan W Scott Academic Freedom Encompasses the Right to Boycott Why the AAUP Should Support the Palestinian Call for the Academic Boycott of Israel By Rima Najjar Kapitan Market Forces and the College Classroom Losing Sovereignty By Michael Stein Christopher Scribner and David Brown Academic Freedom from Below Toward an Adjunct Centered Struggle By Jan Clausen and Eva Maria Swidler Readers Respond Cary Nelson Academic Boycotts Reconsidered Ernst Benjamin Why I Continue to Support the AAUP Policy in Opposition to Academic Boycotts Emily Budick Response to JAF Volume Four Joshua A Fogel Say It Ain t So Joan Kenneth Waltzer Narrowing Academic Freedom Discriminating against Israeli Nationals Gerald M Steinberg Boycotts Bias and Politics in the Arab Israeli Conflict Kenneth L Marcus and Sitara Kedilaya The Very Foundations of the University Samuel M Edelman Binding Academic Freedom with Ideological Bonds Peter Haas Clear Simple and Wrong USACBI Organizing Collective Letter to Ashley Dawson Chad Alan Goldberg Why the Left Should Oppose Academic Boycotts Roderick A Ferguson

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  • Volume 5 | AAUP
    Volume 1 2010 Volume 2 2011 Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Editor s Introduction Volume 5 To Make Collective Action Possible The Founding of the AAUP Religion Sectarianism and the Pursuit of Truth Reexamining Academic Freedom in the 21st Century Tenure Matters An Historian s Perspective The Two Cultures of Higher Education in the Twenty First Century and their Impact on Academic Freedom The Case of the Student Racist Facebook Message Emergencies and Due Process Developing an Involuntary Emergency Leave Policy at the University of Delaware Opportunities of Our Own Making The Struggle for Academic Freedom Open Access to Technology Shared Governance of the Academy s Virtual Worlds On the Pros and Cons of Being a Faculty Member at E Text University On the Ground in Kansas Social Media Academic Freedom and the Fight for Higher Education Volume 6 2015 AAUP Bookstore Volume 5 Faculty Editor Ashley Dawson The Graduate Center City University of New York Managing Editor Gwendolyn Bradley Assistant Editor Ezra Deutsch Feldman Table of Contents Editor s Introduction By Ashley Dawson To Make Collective Action Possible The Founding of the AAUP By Hans Joerg Tiede Religion Sectarianism and the Pursuit of Truth Reexamining Academic Freedom in the Twenty First Century By Kenneth Garcia Tenure Matters An Historian s Perspective By Richard F Teichgraeber III The Two Cultures of Higher Education in the Twenty First Century and Their Impact on Academic Freedom By Jeffrey L Buller The Case of the Student Racist Facebook Message By Timothy C Shiell Emergencies and Due Process Developing an Involuntary Emergency Leave Policy at the University of Delaware By Gerry Turkel Opportunities of Our Own Making The Struggle for Academic Freedom By Adria Battaglia Open Access to Technology Shared Governance of the Academy s Virtual Worlds By Jonathan A

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  • Volume 6 | AAUP
    University Professors Catholicism and Unions The Case for Adjunct Unions at Catholic Universities A New Hope Pope Francis the Academy and LGBT Scholars and Scholarship The Textbook Controversy Lessons for Contemporary Economics Title IX Sexual Harassment and Academic Freedom What No One Seems to Understand Institutional Review Boards An Attack on Academic Freedom Risking Responsibility The Personal Ethics of Academic Freedom Problems of Knowledge and Democratic Competence Academic Freedom and Extramural Utterances The Leo Koch and Steven Salaita Cases at the University of Illinois Civility and Academic Freedom after Salaita Professor Salaita s Intramural Speech Garcetti and Salaita Revisiting Academic Freedom Everything Old Is New Again Bertrand Russell and Steven Salaita Social Media the Politics of Collegiality An Interview with Steven Salaita Steven Salaita s Scholarly Record and the Problem of His Appointment Response to Cary Nelson AAUP Bookstore Volume 6 Guest Editor Michael Bérubé Pennsylvania State University Managing Editor Gwendolyn Bradley Assistant Editors Edward Graham and Kelly Hand Table of Contents Editor s Introduction By Michael Bérubé Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of University Professors By Henry Reichman Catholicism and Unions The Case for Adjunct Unions at Catholic Universities By James Bailey A New Hope Pope Francis the Academy and LGBT Scholars and Scholarship By Richard W McCarty The Textbook Controversy Lessons for Contemporary Economics By Catherine Lawson Title IX Sexual Harassment and Academic Freedom What No One Seems to Understand By Richard Hanley Institutional Review Boards An Attack on Academic Freedom By James Nichols Risking Responsibility By John Mowitt The Personal Ethics of Academic Freedom Problems of Knowledge and Democratic Competence By Patrick Colm Hogan Academic Freedom and Extramural Utterances The Leo Koch and Steven Salaita Cases at the University of Illinois By John Wilson Civility and Academic Freedom after Salaita By

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  • 2015 AAUP In the News | AAUP
    involvement and adherence to shared governance principles 12 20 2015 As Public Funding of Universities Dwindles Faculty Are Organizing As public funding declines corporate money and leadership styles take root in the university and the adjunct and contingent labor force grows Howard Bunsis chair of the AAUP s Collective Bargaining Congress says that the reduction in tenure track hiring is the number one driver of unionization campaigns among part time adjuncts and non tenure track full timers campaigns that have led to successful unionization on 42 campuses since January 2013 12 15 2015 Adjuncts at Emerson s Los Angeles Campus Unionize Part time faculty members at Emerson College s Los Angeles campus voted 16 0 to form a union affiliated with the AAUP The 22 new bargaining unit members join part time faculty at the college s main campus in Boston who already are represented by the AAUP 12 11 2015 Refusing to Be Evaluated by a Formula Rutgers faculty members citing philosophical concerns and errors push back against the use of corporate software Academic Analytics to evaluate their productivity I think in everybody in academia has an interest in collective and individual measures of productivity but these are very blunt forms of measurement said David Hughes a professor of anthropology and president of Rutgers AAUP AFT union chapter 12 10 2015 National Group Issues Report Critical of Regents Process to Hire Bruce Harreld AAUP issued a report on the University of Iowa s presidential search T he board constructed the process in an attempt to preclude any meaningful faculty role in the selection of the final candidate At that sole but crucial point the board treated the faculty as irrelevant the authors wrote 12 09 2015 EMU Regents Don t Vote on Ending Ties with EAA Despite protest and

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  • 2014 AAUP In the News | AAUP
    said Olivas added professors should take special care in thinking about how not if they will teach sensitive subjects and in promoting trust within the classroom 12 16 2014 Optimizing Adjuncts in Higher Ed Higher ed holds itself as an inspiration to others when it comes to best practices but in this area it doesn t live up to those ideals The majority of part timers are working full time somewhere else running their own businesses or teaching at several colleges just to make ends meet explains David Kociemba a member of the AAUP s Committee on Contingency and the Profession 12 16 2014 Union Advocates Applaud Recent NLRB Decisions AAUP s Aaron Nisenson comments on two NLBR decisions one of which protects the right of employees using work email for union communications and other revises rules for union elections and could shorten the union election process 12 15 2014 Union Advocates Applaud Recent NLRB Decisions Aaron Nisenson chief counsel for the American Association of University Professors said via email that the decision as it pertains to higher education has particular relevance to faculty members who frequently communicate via email 12 11 2014 Petition to Reverse Cuts Drafted by AAUP Member This petition has been published online representing the wishes of scholars and teachers all over the world to reverse the cuts and restart the process of addressing USM s projected 16 million budget deficit 12 10 2014 Board of Governors Review University issues AAUP AFT Stages Protest at Meeting The AAUP AFT members clamoring could be heard from outside Winants Hall What do we want they chanted Fair contracts When do we want them Now 12 09 2014 Belmont President Makes 8 Times More than Faculty President Bob Fisher s base pay which was included in a report on

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  • 2013 AAUP In the News | AAUP
    the News 12 26 2013 We Are Creating Walmarts of Higher Education We all want to have more students graduate and graduate in a more timely manner says Rudy Fichtenbaum president of the American Association of University Professors The question is do you do this by lowering your standards 12 23 2013 State and National Groups Call for Repeal of Regents Social Media Policy Another public letter issued by the Kansas conference of the American Association of University Professors also called on the regents to immediately withdraw the policy before any more reputational damage is done to the state s otherwise excellent regents institutions 12 20 2013 Unfettered Academic Speech Not Anymore The AAUP s Anita Levy said the policy raises significant issues about academic freedom and due process in part because it gives administrators too much power to subjectively decide what speech crosses the line 12 19 2013 Fireable Tweets The Kansas rules were adopted the same month that the AAUP issued a draft report on academic freedom in the digital era a report calling for as full protection of faculty speech online as in person 12 17 2013 Caught in the Crossfire Read about the AAUP s new investigative report in the Chicago Tribune Chronicle of Higher Education and Inside Higher Ed 12 12 2013 After Setbacks Online Courses Are Rethought Jonathan Rees co president of the Colorado AAUP conference tells New York Times readers It s like The MOOC is dead long live the MOOC At the beginning everybody talked about MOOCs being entirely online but now we re seeing lots of things that fall in the middle and even I see the appeal of that 12 12 2013 EMU Stands by EAA Partnership as Faculty Protest Learn more about the EMU administration s agreement with the

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