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The interplay between the First Amendment, academic freedom, and campus discourse.
We live in a world where one person’s disinformation is another person’s truth. But the university’s free exchange of ideas can sharpen the picture.
By Kathy Zonana
Drawing the line between dissension and disruption.
It all began with a standoff between Jane Stanford and David Starr Jordan. Of course.
Four faculty members weigh in on why it can be difficult to build a campus culture in which students are comfortable enough to disagree.
As faculty grapple with how to set a culture that maximizes learning, administrators must also ensure the university follows the law.
On college campuses, how do we achieve both civility and candor?
When Jane Stanford forced out a respected professor in 1900, it raised questions about academic freedom that indirectly led to the establishment of tenure. Who was right and who was wrong?
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