Faculty

Students’ Requests for Trigger Warnings Grow More Varied

Noah Berger for The Chronicle

"Sensitivity has become a more important criterion than intellectual challenge," says Neil Gilbert, a professor of social welfare at the U. of California at Berkeley, who has cut a lecture on abortion from a master’s-level course.
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The 1950s image depicts a husband bending his wife over his lap as he spanks her. "Women!" it’s captioned. "Know your place."

Jared Roberts, a doctoral student in counseling at George Washington University, used the picture in a psychology course...

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