By Nancy Thomas, Tufts University and Cazembe Kennedy, Clemson University
Research and Resources
This paper is reprinted here with permission from Stylus.
Abstract: The debate over free speech and inclusion in higher education is not new, but it has reached new levels of vitriol and c
Although college and university professors utilize many different styles of teaching, pedagogies, and approaches to learning in the classroom, some
All college level teaching for political knowledge and engagement happens in the context of a campus climate, a combination of the norms, behaviors
How do we protect free expression, inclusion, and the open exchange of ideas at our colleges and universities? Everyday Americans are deeply divid
Article by IDHE Director Nancy Thomas on the nature of academic freedom, and its role in both student learning and a democracy.
An article in the Fall 2015 issue of AACU's Diversity & Democracy by IDHE Director Nancy Thomas.
Guest post by IDHE Director Nancy Thomas on the Campus Compact blog looking at the current wave of free speech news on college and university campu
IDHE Director Nancy Thomas speaks with Campus Compact President Andrew Seligsohn on the implications for faculty on academic freedom, and for stude
Having respectful and productive conversations about controversial issues is one of the most vital aspects of civic and political learning.
The Institute for Democracy & Higher Education distills some of its research knowledge, expertise, and perspectives into IDHE Reports that addr