By Stephen H. Aby, James Kuhn, James C. Kuhn
The freedom of teachers to pursue wisdom and fact of their examine, writing, and educating is a basic precept of up to date better schooling within the usa. yet this freedom has been demanding gained and frequently abridged, reinterpreted, and violated. educational freedom has been important to many concerns and controversies in better schooling and has therefore generated literature in quite a few disciplines. This e-book presents entry to that literature.
Included are entries for almost 500 books, chapters, articles, reviews, sites, and different assets of data approximately educational freedom. each one access incorporates a descriptive annotation, and the entries are grouped in topical chapters. whereas lots of the works mentioned have been released because the 1940 American organization of collage Professors Statement of rules on educational Freedom and Tenure, a few older reports have additionally been integrated. although the amount focuses totally on greater schooling within the united states, it's also a bankruptcy on educational freedom in different countries.
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Rutgers University Press, 1989. 157p. ISBN 0-8135-1363-4. Written by a committee of historians authorized in 1985 by the President of Rutgers, this book reexamines the case of dismissal in 1935 of a New Jersey College for Women (Rutgers) instructor of German with strong anti-Nazi views. Lienhard Bergel was dismissed, he claimed, because Friedrich J. Hauptmann, the Chair of the German Department, was a Nazi official who required that his professors distribute f 40 Academic Freedom Nazi literature in class.
LC 96-39513. This volume is divided into two distinct but related parts. Part one is, in effect, a primer on academic freedom written by DeGeorge. He systematically discusses what he sees as the justifications for academic freedom and tenure, as well as the rights, responsibilities and ethical obligations that should accompany the status. Also included here is a discussion of the Michael Levin and Leonard Jeffries academic freedom cases at the City College of the City University of New York. Part two is a collection of important historical works in the development and consideration of academic freedom.
Springarn, J. E. E. Springarn, Professor of Comparative Literature and Chair of the Division of Modern Languages and Linguistics in Columbia University During the Academic Year 1910-1911, With Other Documents. New York: Printed for Distribution Among the Alumni, 1911. 53p. LC 122475. Springarn was dismissed from Columbia in March of 1911 after introducing a faculty resolution in support of a recently dismissed Professor Henry Peck who was then suing President Butler for libel. The correspondence between Springarn and Butler are here reprinted, along with a chronology of events, and appendices reprinting letters of support for Springarn from students, alumni, and scholars.
Academic Freedom. A Guide to the Literature by Stephen H. Aby, James Kuhn, James C. Kuhn