Professors, particularly those with tenure, might assume they can express themselves, within reason, without being censored by their institutions. Students suppose they have a similar freedom. But unguarded speech on social media and on campus can lead to all kinds of grief. The articles in this 44-page collection look at professors like Steven Salaita who have become symbols for free expression, and at colleges that are seeking the right balance between allowing people to speak their minds and maintaining civility.
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