Amid years of reports that Georgetown’s Middle East Studies program was being compromised by apologists for violent extremists, if not outright terrorists, the school has, if anything, doubled down on its approach.
Tolerance of Catholic tradition may be in short supply at Jesuit Georgetown, but other denominations might find more of a big tent there, even the more extreme elements of these “other faith traditions.”
Several Muslim scholars argued at a recent Georgetown University conference on religious freedom that the best way for America to encourage Islamic religious freedom is to stay out of the discussion.
Horowitz points the finger at a handful of professors who teach at Catholic colleges and universities in his new book The Professors.
When college administrators and professors warn of the dangers of censorship by the political right in higher education, they have half the story right.