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The Academic and Intellectual Freedom Ad Hoc Committee presented a First Thursday discussion on May 4 about academic and intellectual freedom. Starting with a brief definition of these terms, they traced the history of Academic Freedom and how current events affect us at FIU. The committee posed several real-life scenarios threatening Academic/Intellectual Freedom in libraries. All library staff were invited to attend this lively discussion.
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Jimenez, Christopher M.; del Castillo, Melissa; Moore, Stephen Thomson; Cooper, Lowell Bryan; Radebaugh, Jacqueline; and Pearson, George, "The Threat to Academic & Intellectual Freedom" (2023). Works of the FIU Libraries. 127.
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Presented at the FIU Libraries' First Thursday Lecture Series on May 4, 2023.