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October 2019

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The long path to equity

It was a long journey, beginning more than 16 years ago, with many twists and turns along the way. But in July of...

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October, 2019

News / Education International World Congress adopts resolution on academic freedom

A resolution on academic freedom proposed by CAUT and the University Teachers Association of...

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October, 2019

News / Elizabeth McCallion winner of the Stewart Reid Memorial Fellowship

Elizabeth McCallion, a PhD candidate at Queen’s University, has been awarded the 2019-2020...

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In this Issue

The Canadian Association of University Teachers is raising concerns about academic freedom at the Maritime...
On October 7, Statistics Canada is launching the Survey of Post-secondary Faculty and Researchers. The...
J.D. of Fredericton writes: I’ve been approached by a student who wants to record my lectures. I’m uneasy...
By Brenda Austin-Smith How long does it take to change the academic awards system for the better? A long,...

Interview

Christine Overall

Interview / Christine Overall

Christine Overall is Professor Emerita of Philosophy and holds a University Research Chair at Queen’s University....

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Book review

Book review / The Future of Academic Freedom

Henry Reichman. John Hopkins University Press, 2019; 376 pp; ISBN: 978-1-42142-858-1 by Len Findlay Just as we have...

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