Minnie Quach

Massad & the Paradox of Self-Censorship

02.15.2005 | Minnie Quach | The Academy | 2 Comments
If Massad is innocent of the allegations against him, why did he not steadfastly defend his academic freedom and continue teaching his course? By dropping a course that he would have taught if the controversy had never arose, Massad (not a university official or outside critic) has done an injustice to Columbia students.