academic freedom and free speech
Free speech is at grave risk on university campuses
21 November 2016
Review: Free thought under siege
Wall Street Journal,
9 November 2016
The battle over microaggressions going on at our universities is both a symptom and a cause of malaise and strife in society at large, writes Daniel Shuchman.
Cast out for criticising PC: the 21st-century inquisition
2 November 2016
The punishment of NYU's Michael Rectenwald should worry us all.
The rise of safe space segregation
25 October 2016
Campus identity politics has morphed into a new racialism.
Universities need to stop treating their students like children
Times Higher Education,
14 October 2016
Students are too often micromanaged and policed while on campus, and it needs to stop.
The Orwellian University
13 October 2016
Speech codes are now littered with words that are ambiguous and opaque.
Too many academics are now censoring themselves
11 October 2016
Whether it’s the Holocaust or A Midsummer Night’s Dream, lecturers should not have to tip-toe around issuing trigger warnings to stop students being distressed.
Walking out of consent classes… What’s wrong with ‘snowflake’ students these days?
4 October 2016
Don’t turn university into a clinic
The Montréal Review,
30 September 2016
The vilification of controversy on college campuses
26 September 2016