Dr. Brown's Revolt: A Tenured Prof. Works For Part-Time Equity at SUNY

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by Brian Cole Dr. Peter D.G. Brown thinks his family history of advocacy may play a part in his own fight against inequality in academe: his father was a lifelong supporter of minority rights who contributed generous amounts of money to African-American and Native American organizations; his mother was a union organizer in Hollywood in the 1930s; and his great-grandparents hid slaves and provided logistical support in southern Illinois for the Underground Railroad in the early 1800s. Now it’s his turn. Armed with his designation as a fully-tenured distinguished service professor of German, Brown has provided structure for adjuncts and […]
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