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In American Quarterly 64.2 (June 2012), Julie Sze and Sunaina Maira's "Currents" essay, "Dispatches from Pepper Spray University: Privatization, Repression, and Revolts," stated that Linda Katehi, then chancellor of the University of California at Davis, served on the International Committee on Higher Education in Greece in 2011, producing a report that overturned the amnesty protection that had protected Greek students against policing and military violence at Greek campuses. However, the committee did not make a specific claim about amnesty or the asylum law that prevents police from entering Greek universities. The authors acknowledge and apologize for the factual error but stand by the argument. A full statement providing context for this correction of fact can be read on the American Quarterly website. [End Page 291]



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