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April 2018


The slow march toward equity

Post-secondary institutions have claimed for decades that they are committed to equity and diversity, but their...

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April, 2018

By the numbers / Inequity in the Academy

Source: UCASS 2016, Census 2016, CUSC 2017

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April, 2018

News / CAUT launches investigation at Acadia

CAUT has appointed an ad hoc investigatory committee to look into the case of psychology...

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April, 2018

News / CAUT protests death of Iranian-Canadian professor

CAUT has written to Iran’s leader protesting the death of an Iranian-Canadian university...

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In this Issue

CAUT and the Canadian Federation of Students have been granted leave to intervene in the Access Copyright...
Donald C. Savage, CAUT’s executive secretary from 1973 to 1997, died in Ottawa on March 13 at age 85. He...
By James Compton “All of this has happened before and will happen again.” Fellow science fiction lovers...


Interview / Frances Henry

Dr. Frances Henry is professor emerita at York University and a pioneering researcher and leading expert in the...

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Book review

Book review / Realizing the distinctive university: Vision and values, strategy and culture

Mark William Roche. Notre Dame Press, 2017; 88 pp; ISBN: 978-0-26810-146-6. by Alan McGreevy Realizing the...

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Book review / We only talk feminist here: Feminist academics, voice and agency in the neoliberal university

Briony Lipton & Elizabeth Mackinlay. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017; 128 pp; ISBN: 978-3-31940-077-8. by Penni...

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