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      Welcome to UCLAProfs.com, a project of the Bruin Alumni Association.  As our motto attests, UCLAProfs.com is a long-term project dedicated to exposing UCLA’s most radical professors.  The extensively researched profiles you will find here are proof of an increasingly radical faculty.  As a large number of the profiles also demonstrate, these professors are actively proselytizing their extreme views in the classroom despite the fact that the commentary is irrelevant to the class topic.

    The result for students is nothing less than a debased education.  Douglas Kellner rages about a “Bush Reich,” the vicious anti-Semitic troika of Gabriel Piterberg, Saree Makdisi, and James Gelvin peddle hatred of Israel and Zionism, while Peter McLaren teaches the next generation of educators how to politicize their own classrooms ... (read more)

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Adolfo Bermeo

    Adolfo Bermeo is a professor and upper UCLA administration figure who has repeatedly emphasized his revolutionary credentials and outlook.  In perhaps his finest moment, Bermeo confessed in print to UCLA Today that the person he most admires is island despot Fidel Castro, followed closely by Chiapas, Mexico Marxist rebel leader Subcommandante Marcos.  While this set of heroes is not unique for a UCLA faculty member, the proud public acknowledgement certainly is.  Worse yet is that Bermeo is not just a regular faculty member, but also an upper administration figure who wields significant power as an Assistant Vice Provost and director of the Academic Advancement Program. (read more)

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The Fight for Academic Freedom at UCLA

    Provided you weren’t living in a cave in mid-January this year, you probably caught one of the headlines.  “Rat Out a Rad Prof for $100,” bellowed the New York Post.  “Rightwing group offers students $100 to spy on professors,” screamed the U.K. socialist rag The Guardian.  Even the Los Angeles Times, which had broken the story, eventually carried a venomous Sunday feature op-ed announcing a “Witch hunt at UCLA.”  On this topic, at least, observers from the left and the right had seemingly reached consensus: the Bruin Alumni Association’s UCLAProfs.com website was a disgusting piece of McCarthyism richly deserving bipartisan condemnation.  But to paraphrase Sir Winston Churchill, never have so many people been so misled by so many different media outlets. (more)