In an increasingly globalized world, how should we protect academic freedom?
McGill has no statement or policy on academic freedom. What might be the components of such a statement? What are the benefits and risks of such a statement? Traditionally understood to be the right of individual faculty members to determine the trajectory of their research without interference, academic freedom has been subject to a variety of interpretations.
Please bring your ideas and join a conversation with your colleagues and leading scholars from Canada and abroad.
27 September 2012 / 5:00 pm
McGill Faculty Club / 3450 McTavish / Montreal
28 September 2012 / 12:00 - 6:00 pm
Redpath Hall / 3461 McTavish / Montreal