Academic Freedom in the courts

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A federal judge on Wednesday rejected a lawsuit against the University of Minnesota over the website of one of its centers — and the right of that center to deem another website “unreliable.”

At one level the suit focused on history and the dispute over why so many Armenians were killed during World War I. But more broadly, the case involved two competing claims of academic freedom.

From Inside Higher Ed.

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  1. Sorry this was kind of buried in a flurry of posts (I didn’t know I had so many scheduled for today!). I promise to relink it in a post in the near future because it’s really interesting–the comments on the article, too.

    More on Academic Freedom, too; soon.

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