A new book argues that Arab social scientists limit their teaching and research through self-censorship, producing a “knowledge void.”
An Egyptian professor explains the complex motives behind her decision to limit her own freedom of expression.
Academic self-censorship not only hinders individuals’ intellectual output and creativity but comes at a cost to whole societies.
Arab professors routinely practice self-censorship, which limits academic discourse, a survey by Al-Fanar Media and Scholars at Risk found.
The new service centers are part of a wider effort to promote equal access to higher education for students with disabilities.
In a region where gender studies programs are rare, a new center at the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani, is opening eyes—and minds.
The Academic Freedom Index paints a troubling picture of the state of academic freedom in the Arab world.
A book and a project, Open Gaza brings together experts from many disciplines to envision a better future for occupied populations everywhere.
Ten years after the Tunisian revolution, students protest against what they describe as increased police surveillance of universities
Algerian students say unsafe, dilapidated buildings and a lack of services are negatively affecting their health and academic future.