Neutrality and the Politicized Classroom

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In his book Varieties of Academic Freedom, Stanley Fish argues that academic work should be free of politics. Capturing well the impatience of critics of higher education who bemoan the “politicization” of the academy, and of the humanities in particular, Fish famously urges faculty to “save the world on their own time.” On this view, […]

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