22 thoughts on “Senior Scholar letter for Carole S. Vance

  1. Additional signatures on January 24:

    Elazar Barkan
    Professor of International and Public Affairs
    Director, Human Rights Concentration, School of International and Public Affairs
    Director, Columbia University Institute for the Study of Human Rights

    Ellen DuBois
    Professor of History and Gender Studies
    UCLA

    Alice Echols
    Barbra Streisand Professor in Contemporary Gender Studies and
    Professor of English and History
    Chair, Gender Studies & Director, The Center for Feminist Research
    University of Southern California

    Kate Flint
    Provost Professor of English and Art History
    Chair: Department of Art History
    University of Southern California

    Jean Franco
    Professor Emeritus English/Comparative Literature
    Columbia University

    Larry P. Gross
    Vice Dean; School of Communication Director and Professor
    Annenberg School of Journalism
    University of Southern California

    Lynn Hunt
    Distinguished Research Professor
    UCLA

    Emily Martin
    Department of Anthropology
    Director, Institute for the History of Production of Knowledge
    New York University

    Kathleen A. McHugh
    Director, Center for the Study of Women
    Professor, Department of English
    Program in Cinema and Media Studies
    UCLA

    Sally Engle Merry
    Silver Professor
    Department of Anthropology
    New York University

    Ilan H. Meyer, Ph.D.
    Senior Scholar for Public Policy
    Williams Institute for Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy
    UCLA School of Law

    • Thanks, Sonia!

      On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 4:06 PM, Petitions for Kim Hopper and Carole Vance wrote:

      > Sonia Corra commented: “Sonia Corra, ABIA, Sexualitry Policy Watch, > Brazil” >

  2. I am shocked that Columbia would consider letting such a renowned scholar as Carole Vance go. I strongly urge President Bollinger and Columbia University to reinstate her position. She remains a cutting edge, nationally important theorist on art, censorship, human rights, gender and sexuality studies. Many scholars and artists are forever indebted to her for her activism, mentorship and her expertise on our behalf. It is doubtful that I would be a tenured professor at the University of Michigan had I not had her ongoing support for my research and activism.

    Carol Jacobsen, Professor
    The University of Michigan
    Stamps School of Art & Design, Women’s Studies, American Culture and Human Rights

  3. I’d like to add my name to the petition.

    Henry Abelove
    Osborne Professor Emeritus of English
    Wesleyan University

  4. With intellectual gratitude to Carol Vance and hope for Columbia’s future, I’d like to add my name to the petition.

    Mary Baine Campbell
    Professor of English, Comparative Literature, Women’s and Gender Studies
    Brandeis University

  5. I join the petition to support Carole Vance and Kim Hopper. As a fellow of public psychiatry and a physician interested in using mental health to work against inequality, racism and poverty, it is shameful and enraging to see that profiting from research is more important for the institution than excellence in education. The work of Kim Hooper has been an inspiration to work with the homeless. I hope this decision is revoked.

  6. A terrible decision.

    Naa Oyo A. Kwate
    Associate Professor of Human Ecology and of Africana Studies
    Rutgers University

  7. Please add my name to the petition. Carol Vance has been enormously influential. Her dismissal constitutes a dismissal of an entire field of innovative thought and activism.

  8. Professor of Sociology Department,
    Director of Institute of Sexuality and Gender,
    Renmin University of China, Bei Jing, China

  9. I would like to add my name:

    Laura E. Jones, Ph.D.
    Senior Researcher, mathematical biology
    Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
    Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY 14850

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