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  Volume 76, Number 2, Summer 2009

Table of Contents

Free Inquiry at Risk: Universities in Dangerous Times, Part I

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-x

Editor’s Introduction

pp. xi-xiii

Part I: Keynote Address: The Founding of the New School and the University in Exile

Reflections on the New School’s Founding Moments, 1919 and 1933

pp. 395-410

Part II: Academic Freedom and the Origins and Role of the Research University

Introduction: Academic Freedom and the Origins of the Research University

pp. 413-416

Truth, Balance, and Freedom

pp. 417-436

Academic Freedom as a “Canonical Value”

pp. 437-450

Knowledge, Power, and Academic Freedom

pp. 451-480

Academic Freedom and Emerging Research Universities

pp. 481-508

Part III: Free Inquiry under Conditions of Duress

Introduction: Free Inquiry under Conditions of Duress

pp. 511-512

Subversives, Squeaky Wheels, and “Special Obligations”: Threats to Academic Freedom, 1890–1960

pp. 513-540

Academic Freedom under Political Duress: Israel

pp. 541-560

Academic Freedom: Public Knowledge and the Structural Transformation of the University

pp. 561-598

Part IV: Endangered Scholars

Free Inquiry beyond Risk: Reporting from the Field

pp. 601-610

Academic Freedom and Human Rights in Zimbabwe

pp. 611-614

Academic Freedom in Belarus

pp. 615-618

The Threat from the Other Side of the Ocean

pp. 619-620

Part V: Institutionalizing Free Inquiry in Universities during Regime Transitions

Introduction: Academic Freedom and Regime Transition

pp. 623-626

Institutionalizing Free Inquiry in Universities during Regime Transitions: The South African Case

pp. 627-658

Repression of China’s Public Intellectuals in the Post-Mao Era

pp. 659-686

The Early Years of Central European University as a Network: A Memoir

pp. 687-710

Research Universities in Modern Russia

pp. 711-728

Part VI: Free Inquiry and Academic Freedom: A Panel Discussion among Academic Leaders

Free Inquiry and Academic Freedom: A Panel Discussion among Academic Leaders

pp. 731-766

Notes on Contributors

Research Areas

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