Monthly Archives: February 2010

Agenda: A.A.U.P. Ill. Conference Annual Meeting April 17, 2010

ILL-AAUP State Meeting and Conference Saturday, April 17, 2010 St. Augustine College, Chicago, Il. 9:00 a.m. Coffee and doughnuts 9:30 IL-AAUP State Council Meeting 11:45 a.m. Adjourn for lunch 1:00 p.m. Dr. Kevin Mattson, Ohio University, Connor Study Professor of … Continue reading

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Kirstein Chapter Appeared in Volume 3

The Day that Changed Everything? Hardcover : $90.00 Buy The Impact of 9/11 on Religion and Philosophy The Day that Changed Everything? The Day that Changed Everything?  #6 Edited by Matthew J. Morgan with Forewords by John L. Esposito and … Continue reading

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Tenure “Terrorism:” The University of Alabama Killings at Huntsville

Many press accounts report that allegedly Professor Amy Bishop of the University of Alabama, Huntsville, murdered three biology professor colleagues and critically wounded several others in a tenure-denial rage. Professor Amy Bishop image from Huntsville Times What stuns me is … Continue reading

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The Deeper Meaning of Military Rage Against Antiwar Protest

I suppose engaging in free psychoanalytic discourse is both errant and perhaps gratuitous. Yet I have often wondered why so many in the military are eager to marginalise and silence those with whom they disagree. For seven years, I have … Continue reading

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A Debate: Prowar Missouri Vietnam Veterans Assess My “Legacy”

I received several e-mail from an individual who claimed to be a highly decorated Vietnam Veteran and whose support group discussed my 2002 antiwar e-mail to a cadet that had been sent to dozens of professors to recruit students to … Continue reading

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Academic Freedom Update: Ithaca College Persecution of Margo Ramlal-Nankoe

Here is an update letter from Margo: Received via e-mail February 4, 2010 Dear Supporters and Friends, I am writing to update you on my Ithaca College tenure case. For the first time in 11 years, I did not start … Continue reading

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Kirstein Cites Dr Zinn’s Postwar America: 1945-1971 in Article on Nuclear Genocide in World War II

While authors are asked not to display journal articles for a year, I thought it appropriate to cite one page in which Dr Howard Zinn’s underutilized work, Postwar America: 1945-1971 is referenced. The book covers in surprising detail much of … Continue reading

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