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  • Title IX, Sexual Harassment, and Academic Freedom: What No One Seems to Understand | 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 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 Title IX Sexual Harassment and Academic Freedom What No One Seems to Understand By Richard Hanley Abstract Universities and colleges all over the United States are currently revising and implementing policies concerning sexual harassment and sexual misconduct under the generally expressed concern to comply with Title IX requirements But there is a very basic problem of equivocation Both sexual harassment and sexual misconduct are used in very different ways in different contexts often by the same entity The result is a mess in which members of campus communities cannot be sure of their obligations or protections and which presents a serious threat to

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/title-ix-sexual-harassment-and-academic (2016-02-13)
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  • Institutional Review Boards: An Attack on Academic Freedom | AAUP
    Papers Volume 1 2010 Volume 2 2011 Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 Institutional Review Boards An Attack on Academic Freedom By James Nichols Abstract Over the past four decades institutional review boards have evolved into somewhat unwieldy beasts The once modest safety control has grown into thousands of independently operating ethical review boards called institutional review boards IRBs While the power of these boards has grown there is little legislation that controls or even guides these boards in their attempt to protect human research subjects As a result scholars are being forced to edit seemingly harmless research after during or even before it has begun Despite the current system the concerns of academic freedom of research and human safety are not opposing forces but can coexist in a manner that promotes intuitive and promising research without sacrificing

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/institutional-review-boards-attack (2016-02-13)
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  • Risking Responsibility | AAUP
    of Academic Freedom About Contact Call for Papers Volume 1 2010 Volume 2 2011 Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 Risking Responsibility By John Mowitt Abstract This paper attempts to refocus the conversation about academic freedom whose virtues it neither elaborates nor questions around the companion concept of responsibility It proceeds by teasing out the assertion that the freedom of academic freedom has both a philological and socio historical context one that it shares with responsibility This context is initially traced through founding formulations concerning academic freedom formulations that in the hands of Arthur Lovejoy contrast the freedom for which academics are responsible in the struggle against communism To problematize this rendering of responsibility the paper then considers the peculiar symmetry that defines the discussion of freedom and responsibility in the works of Friedrich Hayek and Jean Paul

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/risking-responsibility (2016-02-13)
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  • The Personal Ethics of Academic Freedom: Problems of Knowledge and Democratic Competence | AAUP
    2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 The Personal Ethics of Academic Freedom Problems of Knowledge and Democratic Competence By Patrick Colm Hogan Abstract The following essay takes up Robert Post s influential account of academic freedom in order to consider the role of personal ethics in practices surrounding academic freedom Personal ethics refers to the principles that guide our decisions independent of self interest and independent of attention to legal constraint including legal constraint regarding professional ethics The essay begins by outlining and proposing some revisions of Post s account It then considers three topics that are connected with academic freedom the responsibilities of academics in extramural speech in professional evaluation of research and finally in tenure decisions Drawing on the modified version of Post s account as well as relevant empirical research the essay argues that difficulties arise in

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/personal-ethics-academic-freedom (2016-02-13)
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  • Academic Freedom and Extramural Utterances: The Leo Koch and Steven Salaita Cases at the University of Illinois | AAUP
    1 2010 Volume 2 2011 Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 Academic Freedom and Extramural Utterances The Leo Koch and Steven Salaita Cases at the University of Illinois By John Wilson Abstract A century ago the AAUP declared that extramural utterances were an essential part of academic freedom The Leo Koch case at the University of Illinois in 1960 sparked a sharp debate within the AAUP about whether extramural utterances had to meet professional standards The AAUP s decision to eliminate such standards transformed the meaning of academic freedom and led to the University of Illinois adopting statutes that clearly protect extramural utterances The dismissal of Steven Salaita for his tweets is a classic example of extramural utterances and both University of Illinois Statutes and AAUP standards clearly prohibit any punishment The firing of Salaita and the willingness

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/academic-freedom-and-extramural (2016-02-13)
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  • Civility and Academic Freedom after Salaita | AAUP
    2011 Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 Civility and Academic Freedom after Salaita By David Moshman and Frank Edler Abstract The 2014 unhiring of Professor Steven Salaita by the University of Illinois raises at least three distinct issues 1 the right of faculty to speak out in public on matters of public concern 2 the academic freedom of academic departments to make academic decisions and 3 the role of civility in education After differentiating the third issue from the first two we extend the discussion to other recent cases involving civility in education The cases range from overt coercion to implicit threats and subtle pressures We explain that uncivil speech is generally protected by the First Amendment but that this is generally not so within educational contexts Even where censorship of uncivil speech is legally permissible however such

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/civility-and-academic-freedom-after (2016-02-13)
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  • Professor Salaita's Intramural Speech | AAUP
    2010 Volume 2 2011 Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 Professor Salaita s Intramural Speech By Don Eron Abstract The Salaita controversy has exposed many fault lines within the academic profession While some of the more vehement commentary appears inextricable from the speaker s attitude toward Zionism much of the Salaita discourse seems premised on misunderstandings of concepts that are fundamental to the professoriate Among these are the distinction between extramural and intramural utterance and the significance of the distinction as it relates to the limitations of academic freedom Drawing on numerous AAUP documents I argue that Professor Salaita s tweets because they directly invoke his area of academic authority should be considered intramural utterance A common view that Salaita s tweets are irrelevant to his professional fitness because he was speaking as a citizen and did not

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/professor-salaitas-intramural-speech (2016-02-13)
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  • Garcetti and Salaita: Revisiting Academic Freedom | AAUP
    Papers Volume 1 2010 Volume 2 2011 Volume 3 2012 Volume 4 2013 Volume 5 2014 Volume 6 2015 Editor s Introduction Volume 6 Professionalism and Unionism Academic Freedom Collective Bargaining and the American Association of 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 Garcetti and Salaita Revisiting Academic Freedom By Andrew Squires Abstract This article revisits the legal concept of academic freedom in the wake of Professor Steven Salaita s dehiring and the 2006 US Supreme Court decision in Garcetti v Ceballos The Garcetti decision narrowed the scope of protected employee speech However the Court left unclear how and to what extent the decision applies to higher education As a result subsequent lower court decisions have reached varying conclusions about the scope and limits of academic freedom This article examines four key post Garcetti decisions each of which illustrates a potential solution to courts facing issues of academic freedom and each of which has different implications for Professor Salaita s dehiring Given the uncertain application of Garcetti to

    Original URL path: http://www.aaup.org/reports-publications/journal-academic-freedom/volume-6-2015/garcetti-and-salaita-revisiting-academic (2016-02-13)
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