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The Resource Academic repression : reflections from the academic-industrial complex, edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Steven Best, and Peter McLaren

Academic repression : reflections from the academic-industrial complex, edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Steven Best, and Peter McLaren

Label
Academic repression : reflections from the academic-industrial complex
Title
Academic repression
Title remainder
reflections from the academic-industrial complex
Statement of responsibility
edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Steven Best, and Peter McLaren
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
379.1510973
Index
no index present
LC call number
LC72.2
LC item number
.A23 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1948-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Nocella, Anthony J
  • Best, Steven
  • McLaren, Peter
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Academic freedom
  • Academic-industrial collaboration
Label
Academic repression : reflections from the academic-industrial complex, edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Steven Best, and Peter McLaren
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [529]-590)
Contents
  • Systemic aspects of academic repression in the new world order
  • Takis Fotopolous -- Academic freedom on the rock(s): the failures of faculty in tough times
  • Robert Jensen
  • Myth of academic freedom: reflections on the fraudulance of liberal principles in a neoconservative era
  • Ward Churchhill
  • Operation get fired: a chronicle of the academic repression of radical environmentalist and animal rights advocate-scholars
  • Richard Kahn
  • Postmodern fascism and the long arm of Israel: reflections on the Finkelstein case
  • Bill Martin
  • Radical is as radical does: practical engagement and the politics of campus organizing
  • Rise of the academic-industrial complex and the crisis in free speech
  • Amory Starr
  • Scholarship under the gun, lawsuit and innuendo
  • Christian Davenport
  • Academic repression and academic responsibility
  • A. Peter Castro
  • Teaching in a state of fear: Middle East studies in the "teeth of power"
  • Stepeh Sheehi
  • From Colgate to Costa Rica: critical reflections on US academia
  • Victoria Fontan
  • When knowledge kills: repressive tolerance and the future of academic freedom
  • Steven Best, Anthony J. Nocella, II, and Peter McLaren
  • Mark LeVine
  • Role of African intellectuals and their relevance to the US: critical refections of a female scholar
  • Micere M. Githae Mugo
  • Banned! Why a South African is going to court in the US
  • Adam Habib
  • Women of color, tenure, and the neoliberal university
  • Maria E. Cotera
  • Teaching theory, talking community
  • Joy James
  • You are a scary woman: the personal politics of neo-McCarthyism
  • Higher education after September 11th: the crisis of academic freedom and democracy
  • Dana Cloud
  • Decolonial critics for academic freedom
  • Emma Pérez
  • Regimes of normalcy in the academy: the experiences of disabled faculty
  • Liat Ben-Moshe and Sumi E. Colligan
  • Adelphi recovers "the lengthening view"
  • Ali Shehzad Zaidi
  • Carceral society: from the prison tower to the ivory tower
  • Caroline K. Kaltefleiter and Mechthild E. Nagel
  • Working class student is something to be: anarchist reflections on the academy
  • Henry Giroux
  • Deric Shannon and William Armaline
  • Academia and the culture of militarism
  • Mark Rupert
  • Powerful compassion: the strike at Syracuse
  • Ali Shehzad Zaidi
  • Intellectuals and empire
  • Carl Boggs
  • Citizens among us: science, the public, and social change
  • Howard Zinn
  • Three-legged stool: shared governance, academic freedom, and tenure
  • Academic repression: past and present
  • Cary Nelson
  • Contingent faculty and the problem of structural repression
  • Gregory Tropea
  • Right to think
  • Bill Ayers
  • Educating for social justice and liberation
  • Peter McLaren
  • Role of free universities in creating free societies
  • John Asimakopoulos
  • Michael Parenti
  • War against the "academic left": from gross and Levitt to Gitlin
  • Steven Best and Douglas Kellner
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
590 p.
Isbn
9781904859987
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009922425
System control number
  • ocn321018666
  • (OCoLC)321018666
Label
Academic repression : reflections from the academic-industrial complex, edited by Anthony J. Nocella II, Steven Best, and Peter McLaren
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [529]-590)
Contents
  • Systemic aspects of academic repression in the new world order
  • Takis Fotopolous -- Academic freedom on the rock(s): the failures of faculty in tough times
  • Robert Jensen
  • Myth of academic freedom: reflections on the fraudulance of liberal principles in a neoconservative era
  • Ward Churchhill
  • Operation get fired: a chronicle of the academic repression of radical environmentalist and animal rights advocate-scholars
  • Richard Kahn
  • Postmodern fascism and the long arm of Israel: reflections on the Finkelstein case
  • Bill Martin
  • Radical is as radical does: practical engagement and the politics of campus organizing
  • Rise of the academic-industrial complex and the crisis in free speech
  • Amory Starr
  • Scholarship under the gun, lawsuit and innuendo
  • Christian Davenport
  • Academic repression and academic responsibility
  • A. Peter Castro
  • Teaching in a state of fear: Middle East studies in the "teeth of power"
  • Stepeh Sheehi
  • From Colgate to Costa Rica: critical reflections on US academia
  • Victoria Fontan
  • When knowledge kills: repressive tolerance and the future of academic freedom
  • Steven Best, Anthony J. Nocella, II, and Peter McLaren
  • Mark LeVine
  • Role of African intellectuals and their relevance to the US: critical refections of a female scholar
  • Micere M. Githae Mugo
  • Banned! Why a South African is going to court in the US
  • Adam Habib
  • Women of color, tenure, and the neoliberal university
  • Maria E. Cotera
  • Teaching theory, talking community
  • Joy James
  • You are a scary woman: the personal politics of neo-McCarthyism
  • Higher education after September 11th: the crisis of academic freedom and democracy
  • Dana Cloud
  • Decolonial critics for academic freedom
  • Emma Pérez
  • Regimes of normalcy in the academy: the experiences of disabled faculty
  • Liat Ben-Moshe and Sumi E. Colligan
  • Adelphi recovers "the lengthening view"
  • Ali Shehzad Zaidi
  • Carceral society: from the prison tower to the ivory tower
  • Caroline K. Kaltefleiter and Mechthild E. Nagel
  • Working class student is something to be: anarchist reflections on the academy
  • Henry Giroux
  • Deric Shannon and William Armaline
  • Academia and the culture of militarism
  • Mark Rupert
  • Powerful compassion: the strike at Syracuse
  • Ali Shehzad Zaidi
  • Intellectuals and empire
  • Carl Boggs
  • Citizens among us: science, the public, and social change
  • Howard Zinn
  • Three-legged stool: shared governance, academic freedom, and tenure
  • Academic repression: past and present
  • Cary Nelson
  • Contingent faculty and the problem of structural repression
  • Gregory Tropea
  • Right to think
  • Bill Ayers
  • Educating for social justice and liberation
  • Peter McLaren
  • Role of free universities in creating free societies
  • John Asimakopoulos
  • Michael Parenti
  • War against the "academic left": from gross and Levitt to Gitlin
  • Steven Best and Douglas Kellner
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
590 p.
Isbn
9781904859987
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2009922425
System control number
  • ocn321018666
  • (OCoLC)321018666

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