Emphasis Added

Academic Freedom and Discrimination in a Polarizing Time | 26th Annual Frankel Lecture

December 01, 2021 Houston Law Review Season 3 Episode 7
Emphasis Added
Academic Freedom and Discrimination in a Polarizing Time | 26th Annual Frankel Lecture
Show Notes

Emphasis Added is a podcast by the Houston Law Review. Check out this episode in video on YouTube at https://podcast.houstonlawreview.org/

This episode of Emphasis Added is a special episode where we bring you a condensed version of the Houston Law Review's 26th Annual Frankel Lecture. The lecture features keynote speaker and Harvard Law School Professor Jeannie Suk Gersen, along with two commentators, UC Berkley School of Law Professor Khiara Bridges, and Princeton University Professor Keith Whittington.  Moderated by University of Houston Law Professor Dave Fagundes, the speakers explore academic freedom and discrimination in a polarizing time from a broad spectrum of viewpoints, and examine a wide array of topics from the history of academic freedom to the political pressures on professors and institutions in the 21st century. 

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