By Stephen H. Aby, James Kuhn, James C. Kuhn
The liberty of teachers to pursue wisdom and fact of their learn, writing, and educating is a primary precept of up to date greater schooling within the usa. yet this freedom has been demanding received and often abridged, reinterpreted, and violated. therefore, it has generated literature in a number of disciplines. This e-book is a advisor to analyze on educational freedom. incorporated are annotated entries for almost 500 books, articles, chapters, websites, and different assets of knowledge. Entries are grouped in topical chapters and organized alphabetically by means of writer inside every one bankruptcy. whereas many of the works have been released due to the fact 1940, a few past reports also are incorporated.
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Ross, ousted from Stanford for his views on politics and economics; and the 1913 case of John M. Mecklin, who resigned under pressure from Lafayette College due to his teachings on evolution. The latter two cases marked the first time that professorial and scholarly organizations weighed in to publicly condemn such dismissals. ' Ludlum traces the early development of the AAUP and some of the early actions and reports of the Committees on Academic Freedom and Tenure. Examples are provided of cases referred to Committee A in the years between 1916 and 1950.
The AAUP narrowly prescribed the "extra-mural utterances" of professors but at the same time backed away from any obligation it might have to defend professors who engage in unpopular political activity. Slaughter here cites the lack of action on the part of the AAUP in defense of the dismissed City College professors who were called before the New York Rapp-Coudert Committee investigating communist activities in the schools in the early 1940s. Going on to cite the 1956 AAUP position History (General) 29 paper on national security and the 1970 interpretive comments on tenure, Slaughter recounts numerous examples of Cold War-era cases where tenure did not protect the academic freedom of professors engaged in overt political actions.
Faced with the nuclear arms race, Russell's 1950 Nobel lecture touched on the dangers inherent in too much technical knowledge. That such advancement may not prove ultimately beneficial to society undercuts his defense of freedom. 86. John Dewey Society. Yearbook Committee. " In Harold B. Alberty, Boyd H. Bode, editors. Educational Freedom and Democracy: Second Yearbook of the John Dewey Society. New York: D. , 1938. pp. 261-282. LC 43-16927. A survey of 143 special interest and public policy groups and civic organizations was conducted in 1937.