The volume’s nine essays and a PowerPoint afterword address a wide range of topics, including broad analyses of managerial practices; discussions of their impact on specific populations such as international, first-generation, and low-income students; and case studies that chronicle past and present work to assert the importance of shared governance and that examine threats to, or blatant disregard for, the faculty role in decision-making. While contributors represent a wide range of academic fields, one noteworthy contributor is an adorable stuffed-bear "brand ambassador." Access the complete volume at https://www.aaup.org/JAF11.
We are also excited to share a new call for papers, “Practices of Academic Freedom in Times of Austerity," for the twelfth volume of the journal, scheduled for publication in fall 2021.
—Rachel Ida Buff, Faculty Editor
The Journal of Academic Freedom is supported by funding from the AAUP Foundation.