A. N. A. Berg, Author at The Point Magazine
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A. N. A. Berg

 

Academic Freedom: A Conversation

“If we’re going to be talking about free speech, those offended individuals have the right to speak up and express their dissension, so I have to be tolerant of their dissent, their complaints, even their demands.”

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Academic Freedom: A Conversation

“That alchemy can’t exist by administrative fiat; it just doesn’t work that way.What I’m consistently getting at is that I have a greater degree of faith in both the students and the faculty to make these environments productive, than I do in the administration.”

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Academic Freedom: A Conversation (Part One)

Last August Jay Ellison, Dean of Students in the College at the University of Chicago, sent out a letter to the incoming class of first-year […]

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Iowans, Unite!

I figured that campaigning for Bernie Sanders—to the best of my understanding, an unelectable candidate—would keep me safe from promoting too much inadvertent harm. As a foreigner, I pay taxes but cannot vote. I had never been to Iowa.

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