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Academic freedom amidst global instability

By John Lorinc Correction Nasim Niknafs is an associate professor of music education at the University of Toronto....

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January 2023

President’s message / Democracy on the line

By Peter McInnis The education profession generally, and post-secondary divisions in particular,...

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January 2023

CAUT Bulletin — December-January 2023

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January 2023

By the numbers / Attacks on higher education and academic freedom

December 2021 – December 2022 Source: Scholars at Risk. (2022) Free to Think. Academic Freedom...

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In this Issue

By David Robinson The crisis rocking Laurentian University for nearly two years has been a tire fire. It...
By Caroline Hodes At its annual general meeting, the Alberta United Conservative Party (UCP) considered...
By CAUT Staff The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) welcomes an Ontario Superior Court...
By CAUT Staff A recent study by ANSUT – the Association of Nova Scotia University Teachers – has uncovered...
By CAUT Staff In late November, letters between Laurentian University and the province that had been...
Report from Quebec: Focus on academic freedom and inclusion Caroline Quesnel, president of the Fédération...

Interview

Interview / Madeleine Pastinelli

Madeleine Pastinelli, ethnologist and a tenured professor in the Department of Sociology at Université Laval, sits...

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