As part of  New University in Exile Consortium, Endangered Scholars Worldwide is an initiative founded by Dr. Arien Mack in 2007 on the conviction that academic freedom and freedom of inquiry are basic human rights. We are dedicated to raising public awareness and support for intellectuals, academics, researchers, and students who have been threatened, silenced, or imprisoned simply for doing their scholarly work or speaking out against the injustices around them. 

 

Contact Details

Question, comment, or concern? Email us at esw@newschool.edu

Headquarters

New University in Exile Consortium
6 East 16th St,

Room 1626

New York, NY 10011

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Arien Mack

Founder

New University in Exile Consortium

Arien Mack is the Alfred and Monette Marrow Professor of Psychology at The New School for Social Research, where she has edited Social Research since 1970. She established the Social Research conference series in 1988, and she continues to direct it through the Center for Public Scholarship, which she founded and directs. Arien is also the founder and director of the Journal Donation Project, which makes low-cost academic and reserach journals available to libraries and universities in countries where access to those publications has been difficult for political reasons.

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Dolunay Bulut 

Editor, Researcher; Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Dolunay Bulut is a PhD candidate in Politics at the New School for Social Research and a research associate and editor for Endangered Scholars Worldwide. She taught at the New School, CUNY, and SUNY, and worked for Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory.