Monthly Archives: September 2009

H.N.N. Publishes Constitution Day Remarks

History News Network has generously featured my Constitution Day remarks on its Historians Roundup page. I had not known in advance of this prominent dissemination of my talk and was very flattered at their decision to do so. H.N.N. has been … Continue reading

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Kirstein Address on “Constitution Day” Panel, September 15, 2009

Constitution Day, which is actually on Sept. 17 as if it matters, should be ignored and this university (St Xavier in Chicago) should engage in academic freedom civil disobedience and avoid any connection with such a governmental requirement. Senator Robert Byrd, … Continue reading

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Kirstein Publishes Book Chapter on Academic Freedom Since 9/11 in Matthew Morgan Series on “The Day that Changed Everything.”

Peter N. Kirstein contributed a book chapter “Challenges to Academic Freedom since 9/11” in Matthew Morgan, ed., The Impact Of 9/11 And The New Legal Landscape: The Day That Changed Everything (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009).  It appears in the third volume … Continue reading

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