Colleges have long harbored academics who have imposed their sexual attentions on students or junior colleagues. The faculty members’ approaches are often unwelcome, or may make their targets feel uncomfortable, or are clearly instances of sexual assault. When a complaint is made, administrators are left with the difficult task of sorting out what happened and coming up with a resolution that protects everyone’s rights and ensures campus safety.
The seven articles in this collection look at how colleges struggle with these sensitive issues.
Date: Apr. 20, 2018
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