Harvard Educational Review
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    Academic Freedom and the Parameters of Knowledge

    William G. Tierney
    The issue of academic freedom is addressed, focusing on how it pertains to the contemporary constraints placed on "permissible" fields of study and discourse. A case study of a large state university where overt and covert limitations have been placed on the study of gay, lesbian and bisexual issues is presented.

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    Summer 1993 Issue

    Abstracts

    Academic Freedom and the Parameters of Knowledge
    William G. Tierney
    Caswell County Training School, 1933-1969
    Relationships between Community and School
    Emilie V. Siddle Walker
    Literacy for Stupidification
    The Pedagogy of Big Lies
    Donaldo P. Macedo
    Teaching and Practice: Participatory Literacy Education behind Bars
    AIDS Opens the Door
    Kathy Boudin
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