[INDOLOGY] To post or not to post

Valerie Roebuck vjroebuck at btinternet.com
Thu Oct 6 09:35:54 EDT 2016


Agreed. I was glad to have access to a modest bit of information about this case. People outside the US will not have seen it in the newspapers, and will want to be informed about possible problems if they are thinking of recommending the institution to their students.

 Valerie J Roebuck
Manchester, UK

> On 6 Oct 2016, at 10:53, HdGoswami <hr at ivs.edu> wrote:
> 
> Many of the best law and medical schools offer, or require, courses and seminars on the ethics and dangers of the trade, including false and valid accusations of sexual harassment. Such courses and seminars are not generally considered to be an alarming deviation from the proper subject matter of the field. 
> 
> As I recall, Audrey did not act as judge and jury, nor did she regale us with a sermon on political correctness. She merely posted a news item that is relevant to those who teach, or aspire to teach, Indology.
> 
> Thus the strenuous objections to her post, which dwarf in volume her own, seem to be a bit preemptive. 
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