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It exposes untenured and temporary faculty not only to internal disciplinary scrutiny, but equally importantly, it encourages harassment as an effective means to impact university policies.".
A Drexel professor whose tweets about white var rätt kvinna att få veta supremacy sparked an uproar on social media says his words were misinterpreted satire.
I teach regularly on the history of genocidal practices like colonialism and slavery -genocides carried out by the very same kind of violent racists who are smearing me today.".
All views expressed are private and political.
He added that he has been the subject of "a coordinated smear campaign that was orchestrated to send mass tweets and emails to myself, my employer, and my colleagues and that he has "received hundreds of death threats." "This satirical tweet became fodder for online.
Ciccariello-Maher teaches in Drexel's Department of History and Politics.It is a figment of the racist imagination, it should be mocked, and I'm glad to have mocked."."As my students will attest, my classroom is a free-for-all of ideas, in which anyone is welcome to their opinions, but expected to defend those opinions with argument.It is public, though, that he has over 10,000 followers and has tweeted over 16,000 times."On the university level, moreover, this statement - despite a tepid defense of free speech -sends a chilling message and sets a frightening precedent."All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide associate professor of politics and global studies.His name has appeared a few times in the Inquirer and Daily News, most recently in a story last year on how Philadelphia police handled protests in the city.He then wrote on Sunday : "To clarify: when the whites were massacred during the Haitian revolution, that was a good thing indeed.".
The university also said it "contacted Ciccariello-Maher today to arrange a meeting to discuss this matter in detail.".
Many readers and social media followers didn't get the humor, though - and his employer didn't either.
And internationally, including how race is associated with suspicion and guilt.".