He questioned the accuracy of the ‘1619 Project.’ A history professor responded with ‘your mom.’

Who’s responsible when academics start acting like trolls? As political polarization continues to worm its way into every facet of daily life, some academics have shown themselves unable to maintain decorum – or even argue factually – as they engage online. When their ideology or scholarship is contested on Twitter, they are prone to sling personal attacks rather than…


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