Volume 14

Faculty Coeditors
Michael Dreiling (University of Oregon) and Pedro García-Caro (University of Oregon)

Staff Editor
Kelly Hand

Editorial Assistant
Austin Rhea

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Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction: Landscapes of Power and Academic Freedom
By Michael Dreiling and Pedro García-Caro

Defense against the Dark Arts: Academic Freedom Meets the Antiwoke Crusade
By Richard Hanley

Bad Precedent: The Trump-Pence Administration's Executive Order 13950 as Pretext for Republican Attacks on Academic Freedom
By Logan Johnson

All Education Is Political: Critical Race Theory and the Killing of Black Academic Freedom
By J. R. Caldwell Jr.

Chicana/os in the Academic Culture: Still Struggling for Inclusion and Voice
By Adalberto Aguirre Jr. and Rubén O. Martinez

Autocratic Legalism and the Threat to Academic Freedom: Are We Learning the Right Lessons from Europe?
By Marc Weinstein and Joy Blanchard

A Threat to Democracy: Florida's Agenda to Dismantle Public Higher Education
By Dilys Schoorman and Rosanna Gatens

When Truth Hurts: Reactions to the Piloted AP African American Studies Program
By Ricardo Phipps

H.B. 1006 and H.B. 1607: The Eighty-Eighth Texas Legislature's Attack on Academic Freedom in Texas
By Tabitha S. M. Morton

The Teaching of the "Dirty Past" in the United States and Spain: A Comparative Analysis
By Carmen Moreno-Nuño

Bad Readers
By Helen Kapstein

Escape from Academic Freedom
By Louis Edgar Esparza

No Confidence in the CSU
By Christina M. Smith

Accreditation, Academic Freedom, and Institutional Autonomy: Historical Precedents and Modern Imperatives
By Timothy Reese Cain

Who Has the Final Say? Academic Freedom, Censorship, and Governance in Higher Education
By Carol J. Batker and Jennifer E. Turpin

Space to Think: Defending "Thought-Labor" as Essential to Academic Freedom
By Michael Davis, Margaret Cotter-Lynch, and Kyle Lincoln