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1. Semra wrote:
Tenure is 100% irrelevant to the first amnmdneet question. A person does not have more constitutional rights when they have tenure, or less because they don’t. I fail to see why this is 100% a first amnmdneet issue. But if you insist in stating it in these terms then this situation also presents a problem concerning the establishment of religion , which, if taken as what I've been calling advocacy of a particular religious position (and I believe parts of his email could be read this way), is grounds for non-renewal of an adjunct's contract. A tenured professor has no more rights then anyone else; but a tenured professor also does not have a contract to renew. A class offered by an adjunct is not worth the university's trouble of defending in a situation that could be read different ways by different people. A university has fewer recourses to tenured faculty.

Tue, October 13, 2015 @ 3:19 PM

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