Academic freedom at the dawn of a new century : how terrorism, governments, and culture wars impact free speech / edited by Evan Gerstmann and Matthew J. Streb ; foreword by David M. Rabban
- Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2006.
- Physical Description:
- xvi, 241 pages ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Gerstmann, Evan and Streb, Matthew J. (Matthew Justin), 1974-
- The reemergence of the academic freedom debate / Matthew J. Streb -- Three conceptions of academic freedom / timothy C. Shiell -- Academic freedom in the post-September 11 era: an old game with new rules / Robert M. O'Neil -- Political mobilization and resistance to censorship / Donald A. Downs -- Censoring science: lessons from the past for the post-9/11 era / M. Susan Lindee -- Academic freedom in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia: looking toward the NEAR future / John Akker -- Academic freedom in Western Europe: right or privilege? / Antonio Brown -- Formal freedoms, informal violence: academic freedom and human rights in Latin America / Enrique Desmond Arias -- Two theories of self-censorship / Paul M. Sniderman -- The century ahead: a brief survey of potential threats to freedom of speech, thought, and inquiry at American universities / Evan Gerstmann.
- 9780804754446 (alk. paper)
0804754446 (alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -230) and index.
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