MCM’s original and amended complaints: MCM’s colleagues’ motion to dismiss complaint, including exhibits: MCM’s opposition to colleagues’ motion to dismiss complaint, including affidavit: MCM’s colleagues’ reply in further support of motion to dismiss complaint: How to help MCM sue for libel (and for academic freedom and free speech) This link will take you to the […]
Friends, here are the documents my lawyer filed on Tuesday, in response to my colleagues’ motion to dismiss, arguing that (a) their charges are not libelous, because they are essentially true; (b) it was not they, but I, who publicized this matter; and (c) they did not mean to have me fired. I’m sending this […]
(Yes, Putin interviewed me.) Interview link: https://sputniknews.com/interviews/202101121081733570-us-prof-faces-cancellation-for-teaching-students-to-question-propaganda-amid-covid-19-pandemic/
This is the latest episode of Chase’s great new Credder Podcast.
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Good coverage. Article link: https://www.activistpost.com/2020/12/nyu-professor-under-fire-for-mask-comments-files-libel-lawsuit.html
My colleagues’ letter to the dean of NYU’s Steinhardt School, demanding that he order a “review” of my “conduct,” is clearly libelous, as it makes many claims about me that are absolutely false, portraying me as a menace in the classroom and beyond, and a purveyor of “explicit hate speech” via News from Underground. You […]
NYU Dean Of NYU Jack Knott Tells Mark Crispin Miller He Violated No Teaching Rules: Miller’s Libel Suit Now Bolstered What Was NYU Thinking? https://celiafarber.substack.com/p/nyu-dean-of-nyu-jack-knott-tells/comments Celia FarberDec 10
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On Wednesday afternoon (12/8), I was informed by Jack Knott, Dean of NYU’s Steinhardt School, that his office’s “review” of my “conduct,” carried out at the insistence of my department colleagues last October, finds that my teaching has not violated any of NYU’s policies, and, therefore, that the university will take no further action in my “case” […]