- Academic Freedom and Freedom Struggles
- Sanctuary Campuses
- Pedagogy and Affect
- The Material Means of Mental Production
- Libraries and Librarians
- Internationalist Practices
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Please visit the AAUP website, where a PDF of the Journal of Academic Freedom call for papers is available for download. We look forward to reading your submissions!
Rachel Ida Buff and S. Ani Mukherji
Faculty Coeditors, Journal of Academic Freedom