Open Minds by Carolyn Evans, Adrienne Stone | Black Inc.

Open Minds: Academic freedom and freedom of speech in Australia

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About the author

Carolyn Evans

Carolyn Evans is the vice-chancellor and president of Griffith University. Previously, she was the deputy vice-chancellor of the University of Melbourne and the dean of Melbourne Law School. An internationally recognised expert on religious freedom …

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Adrienne Stone

Adrienne Stone holds a chair at Melbourne Law School, where she is also a Kathleen Fitzpatrick Australian Laureate Fellow, a Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and the director of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies. She is president …

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Praise for Open Minds

Open Minds is measured, informed by history and law, yet still accessible to a general audience. Bringing clear-eyed analysis to an issue too often hijacked by partisan voices, it resists the hyperbole of the right while acknowledging that academic freedom is legitimately at risk in certain contexts. Australia’s new education minister, Alan Tudge, would be well advised to read this book.’ —Australian Book Review