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BIBLIOGRAPHY “1915 Declaration of Principles on Academic Freedom and Academic Tenure.” AAUP Policy 10.2 (2006): 291-301. Print. The principles outlined in the “1915 Declaration” were significant to our understanding of the concepts underlying the American standard of academic freedom. We used this primary source as a reference for guidelines; policies and important definitions pertinent to Churchill's case. The AAUP is an organization that advocates academic freedom and is often involved in matters where academic standards could be violated. “1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure with 1970 Interpretive Comments.” AAUP Policy 10.2 (2006): 3-11. Print. After a series of joint conferences in 1934, the AAUP called for the reinstatement of principles set forth in the 1925 Conference Statement on Academic Freedom and Tenure . In 1970, they added interpretive comments to further explain these principles. The 1940 Statement discusses the principles of academic freedom and tenure, and the guidelines behind each. This source was vital to our research as it revealed the existing standards upon which Churchill was judged. Ahranjani, Maryam. “Mary Daly v Boston College: The Impermissibility of Single-Sex Classrooms Within a Private University.” Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law 9.1 (2001): 179-205. Print. Ahranjani’s article is published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law . In the area of gender and social policy, this journal is the most cited within all U.S. published periodicals according to The Washington & Lee University School of Law. The article presents an interesting perspective on the dispute between Mary Daly and Boston College in terms of issues related to gender equality and Title IX specifically. Bindel, Julie. “Mary Daly Obituary.” Guardian.co.uk. Guardian News and Media Limited, 27 Jan. 2010. Web. 18 Apr. 2010. Bindel’s article presents a biographical account for Mary Daly including her publications and the controversial events surrounding her career. The Guardian is one of the biggest newspapers in the U.K. and has the second largest online readership of any English-language newspaper in the world, after the New York Times. A lthough The Guardian is known for its leftist approach, this article provides relatively unbiased information pertinent to Daly's contributions to feminist theology. Bridle, Susan. “Mary Daly: No Man’s Land.” EnlightenNext Magazine Fall-Winter 1999: 1-3. Print. EnlightenNext Magazine is an award-winning magazine that is devoted to spirituality and culture. The magazine often features interviews with prominent ”thought-leaders” and is considered authoritative source on spirituality. The interview with Mary Daly was helpful in order to establish an understanding of her theoretical approach to feminism and specifically her concept of patriarchal structures within our society. Although this article presents a one-sided view of the issue, it was instrumental in our research as it addressed the issue from a unique perspective.
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Butler, Bishop C. “The Church's English Voice - Bishop Christopher Butler, OSB.”
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