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Advisory Committees

Academe Advisory Board

Advises on columns, features, design, and other matters regarding the Association's magazine, Academe.

Members

Julie A. Cajigas (Communication)
University of Akron, 2022

James Davis (English)
City University of New York Brooklyn College, 2023

Jaskiran Dhillon (Global Studies)
The New School, 2024

 

Nicholas Fleisher (Linguistics)
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2023

 

Tina Kelleher (English)
Towson University, 2024

 

Aaron Krall (English)
University of Illinois at Chicago, 2023

 

Caprice Lawless (English)
Front Range Community College, 2022

 

Jonathan Rees (History)
Colorado State University, Pueblo, 2022

 

Henry Reichman (History)
California State University, East Bay, 2024

 

Donna Young (Law)
Ryerson University, 2022
 

Michael Ferguson, staff
Kelly Hand, staff

 

Bulletin of the AAUP Advisory Board

Advises on content, design, and other matters regarding the Bulletin, the Association's journal of record.

Members

Allison Buskirk-Cohen (Psychology)
Delaware Valley University, chair of the Committee on College and University Governance, 2023

Charles Toombs (Africana Studies)
San Diego State University, chair of the Committee on Academic Freedom, 2023

Michael Ferguson, staff

Gregory F. Scholtz, staff

Litigation Committee

Serves as a legal advisory board for the Association’s office of staff counsel and general counsel.  Provides expertise in such matters as employment law, education law, the First Amendment, intellectual property, labor law, and civil liberties.  Individual committee members may serve as consultants on AAUP amicus briefs that fall within their specific areas of expertise. While the committee provides advice on whether or not the AAUP should file an amicus brief in a particular case, the final decision to file is made jointly by the president, general counsel, and general secretary.

Members

Risa L. Lieberwitz (Law)
Cornell University, chair, 2022

Meera Deo (Law)
Thomas Jefferson School of Law, 2023

Ellen Dichner (Labor Studies)
CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies, 2024

Emily M. S. Houh (Law)
University of Cincinnati, 2023

 

Neal Hutchens (Education)

Pennsylvania State University, 2024

 

Jack Lerner (Law)

University of California, Irvine, 2023

 

Martha T. McCluskey (Law)
State University of New York at Buffalo, 2023

 

Maria L. Ontiveros (Law)
University of San Francisco, 2023

 

Geoffrey R. Stone (Law)
University of Chicago, 2023

 

Aaron Nisenson, staff

Edward Swidriski, staff