Who Controls Academic Freedom?

  • L. M. (Len) Findlay (Editor) and Paul M. Bidwell (Editor)
    Pursuing Academic Freedom: “Free and Fearless”?. Purich
  • Corynne McSherry
    Who Owns Academic Work?: Battling for Control of Intellectual Property. Harvard University Press
Reviewed by Batia Stolar
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This review “Who Controls Academic Freedom?” originally appeared in Canadian Literature 188 (Spring 2006): 133-134.

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