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Academic freedom in the balance

At their most prosaic level, the twin appeals to the Supreme Court of Canada involving Trinity Western University...

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March, 2018

News / Federal budget 2018 means more for science

On Feb. 27, Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled the 2018 federal budget, which provides record...

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March, 2018

News / Association presidents centre stage in CAUT forum

January’s forum for presidents in Ottawa was well attended with representatives from CAUT member...

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March, 2018

News / Francophone conference examines austerity

Nearly 60 activists from across the country gathered in Ottawa in February for CAUT’s third...

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In this Issue

By James Compton There’s a useful adage in political communication — if your opponent is responding to...
By  Karen Harper I teach 0–4 courses per year, I sometimes obtain contracts for scientific editing or...
Howard McCurdy, longtime Member of Parliament and former president of CAUT (1967–1968), died Feb. 20 at...

Interview

Interview / Natalie Zemon Davis

Natalie Zemon Davis is professor of medieval studies, adjunct professor of history and anthropology, and senior...

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Book review

Book review / Fully connected: Surviving and thriving in an age of overload

Julia Hobsbawm. Bloomsbury, 2017; 232 pp; ISBN: 978-1-47292-684-5. by Michael Hohner I retreat to a cabin, a room,...

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