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  Volume 76, Number 3, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

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

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-x

Editor’s Introduction

pp. xi-xiii

Part I: Keynote Address

Introduction

pp. 773-780

Honorary Degree Acceptance Speech

pp. 781-788

Part II: The Future of Universities and the Fate of Free Inquiry and Academic Freedom

Introduction: The Future of Universities and the Fate of Free Inquiry and Academic Freedom

pp. 791-793

The Future of Universities and the Fate of Free Inquiry and Academic Freedom

pp. 795-804

Fulfilling the Promise of Academic Freedom

pp. 805-810

Defending Academic Freedom and Free Inquiry

pp. 811-844

Free Inquiry: A Human Condition

pp. 845-848

University in Exile: The Experience of the Twenty-First Century

pp. 849-866

The Future of Universities and the Fate of Free Inquiry and Academic Freedom: Question and Answer Session

pp. 867-886

Part III: Universities under Conditions of Duress

Introduction: Universities under Conditions of Duress

pp. 889-890

The View from Jerusalem

pp. 891-900

Free Inquiry and Public Mission in the Research University

pp. 901-932

Freedom and Interdisciplinarity: The Future of the University Curriculum

pp. 933-942

Free Inquiry: Easy Times Can Be Difficult Too

pp. 943-958

Universities under Conditions of Duress: Question and Answer Session

pp. 959-962

Part IV: Marx through the Eyes of an East European Intellectual

Marx through the Eyes of an East European Intellectual

pp. 965-986

Notes on Contributors

Research Areas

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