Monthly Archives: October 2012

Kirstein to Give Paper and Talk on 2002 Suspension Academic Freedom Case

I will be presenting a paper on my suspension and its implications for shared governance and academic freedom at a conference on Shared Governance and Workshops in Washington, DC this Saturday, October 27 at the Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel from 1:45-3:45. SESSION 4D | … Continue reading

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Vice President for Business and Finance Susan Piros in Florida Prison

I don’t like prisons or sentences to prison. I believe they are counterproductive but this is where Susan Landy Piros is. An unbelievable journey from powerful vice president to prisoner. I know this must be an ordeal for her and … Continue reading

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Joe Berry, leading national figure for Contingent Faculty Struggle, Will Respond to Paper at AAUP Conference

Joe Berry, renown labour organiser, author and advocate for the academic proletariat will serve as respondent to my paper, “Ten Years On: The Kirstein Suspension Case, Shared Governance and Academic Freedom,” American Association of University Professors: Shared Governance Conference in Washington, D.C., on … Continue reading

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