At the start of the academic year the spectre of violence and illiberalism hangs over our universities. In other parts of the world the situation is worse: the question is not whether universities can function as places of freedom and enlightenment, but whether they can function at all.
Robert McKenzie , himself a Professor at the London School of Economics, discusses the world-wide threat to academic freedom, and the implications for Britain, with university administrators in the United States and Western Europe. Produced by MARTIN cox
Contributors Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Produced By: Martin Cox