Introduction: Academic Freedom in Crisis

Published By: socialsciencespace on eSS | Published Date: September, 02 , 2016

This essay is the first in a series on Academic Freedom in Crisis curated by socialsciencespace. In the current context of the apparent retreat of academic freedom across the world, the series of short essays appearing in the coming weeks explore this question in a variety of contexts and consider contemporary issues of academic freedom from a range of perspectives, focusing both on British and international trends. eSS is reprinting this and selected contributions with permission. For the complete series please follow www.socialsciencespace.com.

Author(s): Daniel Nehring, Dylan Kerrigan | Posted on: Sep 11, 2016 | Views() | Download (354)


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