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  • Academic Freedom in Conflict

    How governments, corporations, university administrators, and even students are seeking new limits on academic freedom in Canada and the U.S.
    $24.95, paperback
  • Canada's Universities Go Global

    Universities are expected to be increasingly "international" and participate in a global knowledge economy. What does internationalization mean for university faculty, students and administrators? This book brings together international and Canadian scholars to discuss internationalization in terms of government policy and institutional practices.

    $29.95, paperback
  • Universities at Risk

    Is the integrity of Canadian universities being threatened by big business and a results driven environment?

    $24.95, paperback
  • Free Speech in Fearful Times

    Following the events of 9/11, rashly conceived anti-terror laws were introduced that put civil liberties at risk. Free Speech in Fearful Times offers a unique perspective on how the laws created to "protect" us can actually harm us.
    $24.95, paperback
  • Disciplining Dissent

    Respected contributors from Canada, the United States and Europe share examine the many issues associated with the increasing restrictions on free speech in the media and the academic world.
    $19.95, paperback
  • Let Them Eat Prozac

    Let Them Eat Prozac is a unique look at the pharmaceutical industry and its values. Dr. Healy examines the industry and one of the most popular drugs of the last twenty years.

    $29.95, paperback
  • The Corporate Campus

    This book looks at the corrosive influence of corporations on postsecondary education, with essays from some of Canada's most prominent scholars.
    $19.95, paperback
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