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Shared governance matters

For decades now, academics have been engaged in a tug-of-war with administrators of universities and colleges over...

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October, 2018

News / CAUT opposes Doug Ford’s attack on free speech

The government of Ontario’s plan to require the province’s universities and colleges to adopt...

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October, 2018

News / Stewart Reid Fellowship winner announced

Claire Thomson, a PhD candidate in the Department of History at the University of Alberta, has...

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October, 2018

News / New affinity program for CAUT members

CAUT has revamped its discount program to meet the professional and personal needs of its...

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In this Issue

By James Compton — Does your academic institution send you notices about how it strives to be fair in the...
1924–2018 — Roland Penner, former Manitoba attorney general and CAUT president, died May 31 at age 93. At...

Interview

Interview / Sharon McIvor

When Sharon McIvor introduces herself, she is “a First Nations woman and a member of the Lower Nicola Indian Band.”...

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Book review

Book review / Academic labour, unemployment and global higher education: Neoliberal policies of funding and management

Suman Gupta, Jernej Habjan & Hrvoje Tutek (eds). Palgrave Macmillan, 2016; 252 pp; ISBN: 978-1-13749-323-1. by Len...

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