The Obligations of Academic Freedom

Burke, Timothy
September 2006
Minnesota Review (Minnesota Review);Fall2006, Issue 67, p129
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the issues regarding the academic freedom in the U.S. Here, the author discusses the arguments and debates about academic freedom particularly with regards to the cultural issues that have to do with gender roles and sexuality, the combination of a largely liberal and secular professoriat.


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