The College Fix thecollegefix.com 10 Jan, 2021 18:00 am

Prof in hot water for using Nazi expression, imagery after being interrupted in virtual conference

Prof in hot water for using Nazi expression, imagery after being interrupted in virtual conference
Despite over-the-top hyperbole, his intent was a complaint about freedom of speech…

” Anthropology Department Chair Kathleen Morrison said Schuyler’s actions were “appalling” and added she doesn’t think “it’s healthy for him to be in contact with students.” However, Anthropology Chairwoman Morrison said “We’re not going to just let this go.The professor then exclaims “Excuse me, I have freedom of speech, and you’re not going to tell this is not the place to bring this up!” While Schuyler’s actions were over-the-top hyperbolic and unnecessary, his intent seemed pretty clear — as noted by his freedom of speech reference.

As seen in the video, Quinlan tells Schuyler “this is not the place” to discuss how COVID-19 has affected membership of the Society for Historical Archaeology.The Daily Pennsylvanian reports that following the incident, Quinlan filed a complaint with the Society for Historical Archaeology and Register of Professional Archaeologists.

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