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"Controversy is at the heart of academic inquiry"
- Michael Bérubé

Michael Berube on Academic Freedom in the Classroom

Inside Higher Ed is now presenting a short piece by Michael Berube, discussing the American Association of University Professors' forthcoming statement on academic freedom. Read Berube's remarks here: http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2007/09/11/berube.

Ivan Balco, Jean Bethke Elshtain, Robert Weisbuch, “The Humanities and Its Publics”

Humanities and its Publics

Thomas Bender, “Locality and Worldliness”

http://archives.acls.org/op/op40ben.htm

Ernst Boyer, “The Scholarship of Engagement.”

Journal of Public Outreach (1996) 1.1: 11-20. Journal continued as Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement.

Ernst Boyer, Scholarship reconsidered: Priorities of the professoriate.

New York: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/publications/pub.asp?key=43&subkey=1061

Harry C. Boyte, “A Different Kind of Politics: John Dewey and the Meaning of Citizenship in the 21st Century”

http://www.imaginingamerica.org/IApdfs/BoyteDeweyLecture.pdf

Andrew Delbanco, “Humanities in the University: Retrospect and Prospect”

http://www.acls.org/Publications/OP/63_Ideas_and_Ideals.pdf

Julie Ellison, “The Humanities and the Public Soul”

http://www.imaginingamerica.org/IApdfs/Ellison.HumanitiesPublicSoul.pdf

Julie Ellison and Timothy K. Eaton, "Scholarship in Public: Knowledge Creation and Tenure Policy in the Engaged University"

http://www.imaginingamerica.org/IApdfs/TTI_REPORT%20FINAL%205.2.08.pdf

Thomas Ehrlich, “Civic Engagement,” in Measuring Up 2000: The State-By-State Report Card for Higher Education.

http://measuringup.highereducation.org/2000/articles/ThomasEhrlich.cfm

Paul Fideler, “Toward a ‘Curriculum of Hope’: The Essential Role of Humanities Scholarship in Public School Teaching”

http://archives.acls.org/op/op23fideler.htm#fideler

George R. Garrison, “The Social Responsibility of the Academy and Its Academicians”

http://archives.acls.org/op/31_Beyond_the_Academy.htm#garrison

Higher Education: Civic Mission and Civic Effects

A Report by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and CIRCLE
http://www.carnegiefoundation.org/dynamic/publications/elibrary_pdf_633.pdf

Cynthia Koch, Making Value Visible: Excellence in Campus-Community Partnerships in the Arts, Humanities, and Design

http://www.imaginingamerica.org/IApdfs/05.KelloggReport.pdf

Patricia Nelson Limerick, “Tales of Western Adventure”

http://chronicle.com/jobs/news/2008/05/2008050901c/careers.html

Philip Joseph, “Ward Churchill, Duke Lacrosse, and the New American Scholar”

http://clas.cudenver.edu/publichumanities/documents/newamericanscholar.pdf

Julia Lupton, “The Literature of Citizenship: A Humanifesto”

http://www.imaginingamerica.org/IApdfs/LuptonHumanifesto.pdf

National Task Force on Scholarship and the Public Humanities (American Council of Learned Societies)

http://archives.acls.org/op/11_Scholarship_and_Public_Humanities.htm

Presidents’ Declaration on the Civic Responsibility of Higher Education

http://www.compact.org/resources/declaration/

Report of the MLA Task Force on Evaluating Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion

http://www.mla.org/pdf/taskforcereport0608.pdf

David Scobey, Putting the Academy in Its Place: A Story About Park Design, Civic Engagement, and the Research University

http://www.imaginingamerica.org/IApdfs/00.Scobey.AOC.Lecture.pdf