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Towards a radical practice of academic freedom

the experience of East and Central Africa

by Ranger, T. O.

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Published by University of Cape Town in [Cape Town] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Zimbabwe,
  • Tanzania
    • Subjects:
    • University College of Rhodesia and Nyasaland -- History.,
    • University College, Dar es Salaam -- History.,
    • Academic freedom -- Zimbabwe -- History.,
    • Academic freedom -- Tanzania -- History.,
    • University autonomy -- Zimbabwe -- History.,
    • University autonomy -- Tanzania -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Terence Ranger.
      SeriesThe twenty-second T.B. Davie memorial lecture, T.B. Davie memorial lecture ;, 22nd.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC72.5.Z55 R36 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination23 p. ; 21 cm.
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3063897M
      ISBN 100799204374
      LC Control Number82160438

        The choice of a single textbook for one section of a course at one university might seem like a decidedly local issue. But a dispute over whether an academic department may impose such a selection on all faculty members in a multisection course has set off a large debate over how textbook choices should be evaluated, who should select textbooks, whether price should be a factor, and academic. Discount prices on books by T O Ranger, including titles like Soldiers in Zimbabwe's Liberation War (Social History of Africa). Click here for the lowest price.

      The proposal to found a new elite university is a big idea to tackle the issue of intellectual conformity in the academy. But The University We Need proposes a range of smaller ideas to address.   The freedom we must defend is freedom for the practice of these virtues. It is freedom for excellence, the freedom that enables us to master ourselves. It is a freedom .

      ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN K EDUCATION acknowledged the important role that teachers play in delivering that curriculum to the students. Within the public school system, teachers play a critical part in developing students' attitude toward government and .   In her book Academic Freedom in an Age of Conformity, Joanna Williams, a professor at the University of Kent, notes there is a strong trend among university students to censor views they disagree with. “ many students have come to expect freedom from speech.” she writes.


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