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Index

  • Abolitionism, 74–76
  • Affirmative action, 12, 46, 122
  • Aptheker, Bettina, 76
  • Areopagitica (Milton), 66
  • Arizona State University (ASU), 92–93, 97
    • ASU First Amendment Guidelines, 93
    • Committee for Campus Inclusion (CCI), 92–93
  • Barlow, John Perry, 78–79
  • Bill of Rights, The, 74
  • Black Lives Matter (#BlackLivesMatter), 6, 49
  • Blindspot (Banaji, Greenwald), 47
  • Bollinger, Lee, 73, 94, 100, 119–120
  • Bowering, James, 86. See also Chaplinsky, Walter
  • Brandeis, Louis, Justice, 64. See also U.S. Supreme Court (cases), Abrams
  • Brave spaces, 20–22, 28–32
  • Brookings Institution, 60
  • Brown University, 7, 26
  • Calhoun, John C., 41
  • Campus activism, 7, 16, 24–27, 29, 122–123, 127
  • Censorship, 32–33. See also Free press (on campus)
  • Chang, Jeff, 124
  • Chaplinsky, Walter, 86–87
  • Chemerinsky, Erwin, 42
  • Clayton, Henry DeLamar, Judge, 64. See also Sedition Act
  • Clinton, Hillary R., 49, 60, 80–81
  • Coates, Ta-Nehisi, 58
  • Columbia University, 94
  • Cross-racial understanding
  • Cyberlibertarianism, 78–79. See also Barlow, John Perry
  • Dautrich, Ken, 41–42
  • Declaration of Independence, The, 56, 104
  • Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace, A, 78, 104
  • Declaration of the Rights of Man, The, 68
  • DePaul University, 2, 31
  • Disinhibition effect, 81
  • Disinvitation of speakers, 1, 38–39, 41
  • Diversity, 45–63. See also Equity and inclusion
    • demographic trends (U.S.), 35, 60–61, 125
    • interaction diversity, 58
    • structural diversity, 58
  • Douglass, Frederick, 66, 74–75, 76. See also Abolitionism
  • Duke University, 6, 97
  • Ellison, John, 23–24, 29, 95, 132–135, 153
  • English Bill of Rights, The
  • Equal Protection Clause (University of Texas at Austin), 45
  • Equity and inclusion, 1, 3, 8, 14–16, 18, 91, 92, 102–103, 118, 120–121, 126. See also Diversity
  • Espionage Act, The, 70
  • Falwell, Jerry, Jr., 111. See also Liberty University
  • Fighting words doctrine, 86–88, 98
  • FIRE (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education), 29, 85, 92, 94, 96–97
    • annual survey of speech codes, 85, 94
  • First Amendment, The (U.S. Constitution) 13–14, 18, 21, 64, 67–71, 74–75, 85–88, 93–98, 107, 109, 114–115, 120, 128
    • support for, 41
  • Fish, Stanley, 69–70
  • Fisher, Abigail, 45–47, 55
  • Freedom of assembly, 107, 114–116
  • Free expression, theories
    • autonomy of the individual, 71–73
    • marketplace-of-ideas, 66–67, 71. (see also Holmes, Oliver Wendell Jr.)
    • tolerance theory, 73–77, 119–120 (see also Tolerance)
  • Free press (on campus), 107–114
  • Free Speech Movement (1960s), 77, 121. See also University of California, Berkeley
  • French Revolution, The, 68
  • Frey, William, 60
  • Gallup survey (2015), 114
  • Garrison, William Lloyd, 75. See also Abolitionism
  • Garton Ash, Timothy, 123
  • Gillman, Howard, 43
  • Gordon-Reed, Annette, 40
  • Grimké sisters (Sarah Moore and Angelina Emily), 76
  • Guinier, Lani, 35
  • Harvard Corporation, 40
  • Harvard Law School, 3, 7, 28, 40
  • Hate speech, 85–106
    • definition, 86
    • online, 91
  • Historically black colleges or universities (HBCU), 96
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr., 64–67, 77. See also U.S. Supreme Court (cases), Abrams
  • Huang, Mina, 56
  • Hussein, Saddam, 11
  • Implicit bias, 37, 47–48
  • International Monetary Fund (IMF), 38
  • Intersectionality, 35–36, 38
  • Jefferson, Thomas, 56
  • Kaepernick, Colin (San Francisco 49ers), 121–122
  • Kent State University, 19
  • Knight Foundation (survey), xxii, 42, 112, 114
  • Ku Klux Klan (KKK), 98, 102
  • Lachowsky, Hyman, 63. See also U.S. Supreme Court (cases), Abrams
  • Lagarde, Christine, 38
  • Liberty University (Lynchburg, Virginia), 111
  • Lipman, Samuel, 63. See also U.S. Supreme Court (cases), Abrams
  • Magna Carta, The, 67
  • Mann, Bruce, 40
  • Marketplace-of-ideas, 66–67, 71. See also Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr.
  • Massachusetts General Laws (chapter 71, section 37O), 88–90
  • Microaggressions, 1, 27–28, 34, 37–38
  • Middlebury College, 2
  • Minow, Martha, 40
  • Mott, Lucretia, 76. See also Abolitionism
  • National Center for Educational Statistics, 35
  • Neo-Nazi (groups), 98, 99, 102
  • New Hampshire, Public Laws of (Chapter 378, Section 2), 87
  • Newseum Institute, 42
  • Nutshell (McEwan), 117–118
  • Obama, Barack, 54
  • Occidental College, 2, 6
  • Oriel College, 41
  • Oxford University, 41
  • Permissible speech, 4, 30, 93, 95–96, 102, 120
  • Perry, Melissa Harris, 6
  • Phillips Academy, Andover, 3
  • Pierce, Chester M., 36
  • Plea for Free Speech in Boston, A (Douglass), 74. See also Abolitionism
  • Political correctness, 8, 23
  • Popper, Karl, 100–101
  • Princeton University, 6
  • Purdue University, 98
  • Race (in college admissions), 45–53. See also Affirmative action; Freedom of assembly; U.S. Supreme Court (cases), Brown v. Board of Education, Fisher I, Fisher II, Gratz v. Bollinger, Grutter v. Bollinger
  • Renaming of campus landmarks, 1, 28, 39
  • Report of the Committee on Freedom of Expression (University of Chicago), 95
  • Rhodes, Cecil, 41
  • Rice, Condoleezza, 38
  • Rittgers, Annie, 40
  • Rowe, Mary, 36
  • Royall, Isaac, 7
  • Russian Revolution, The (1917), 63–64
  • Rutgers University, 38
  • Safe spaces, 13, 20–22, 28–31
  • Say Her Name (#SayHerName), 6, 49
  • Schmieg, Joel, (Liberty Champion editor), 111. See also Liberty University
  • Schwartz, Jacob, 63. See also U.S. Supreme Court (cases), Abrams
  • Sedition Act, The, 64, 70
  • Skokie, Illinois, 98. See also Neo-Nazi (groups)
  • Smith College, 38
  • Snowden, Edward, 70
  • Speech codes, 28, 44, 89–90, 94, 105
  • Staples, Brent, 48
  • State actors, 68, 78, 94, 107
  • Steele, Claude, 36, 48
  • Steimer, Mollie, 63. See also U.S. Supreme Court (cases), Abrams
  • Stereotypes and stereotyping, 47–49
  • Sue, Derald Wing, 36
  • Tai, Tim, 111–113
  • Time, place, and manner (exception), 14
  • Tolerance, 99–106. See also Free expression, theories
    • paradox of, 16, 99–100, 102, 104 (see also Popper, Karl)
  • Tolerant Society (Bollinger), 73, 100
  • Trigger warnings, 1, 13, 27, 32–34
  • Trump, Donald J., 2, 4, 49, 59, 82, 90, 103, 111, 124
  • University of California, Berkeley, 2, 76, 121
  • University of Chicago, 20, 23–24, 29-30, 33, 94–95, 120
    • Office of LGBTQ Student Life, 21
  • University of Michigan, 46, 61
  • University of Missouri, 2, 26, 111–113
    • School of Journalism, 112
  • University of Texas at Austin, 45–46, 53, 61
  • U.S. Constitution, 65, 68–69, 74, 77–78, 87–88, 104
  • U.S. Supreme Court (cases)
    • Abrams, 64–66, 77
    • Brown v. Board of Education, 46, 57
    • Chaplinsky, 87
    • Fisher I, 46–47
    • Fisher II, 46–47, 51, 53, 55, 57, 60–62, 122
    • Gratz v. Bollinger, 46, 122
    • Grutter v. Bollinger, 46, 61, 122
    • Virginia v. Black, 87
  • Whistling Vivaldi (Steele), 48
  • Wilfrid Laurier University, 56
  • Williams College, 8
  • Wilson, Woodrow, 41
  • Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, 41
  • Yale University, 2, 7, 26, 40

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