<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Uncut Conscience: Case Analysis
Case Analysis


Ward Churchill’s case is important because of it represents the latest round in an on-going battle to eviscerate academic freedom, eliminate ethnic studies, and corporatize education.

Law professor Terry Smith concludes, “Ward Churchill’s odyssey through the courts may well come to define not merely the latest juncture in an evolving First Amendment jurisprudence but to some degree, how free we remain as a people.”

Many scholars have written critiques of CU's attacks on Ward Churchill:

Many scholarly studies discussing this case include:

Edward J. Carvalho and David B. Downing, eds., Works and Days: Academic Freedom and Intellectual Activism in the Post-9/11 University (forthcoming 2008), featuring: