N-SPAN (the Non-Stop Public Affairs Network) is an online resource for accessing public events at the Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute and public forums about the closure and potential reopening of Antioch College.

  • Globalization and the Future of the Liberal Arts

    Prominent scholar and activist Cary Nelson examines the struggle between corporate investment, labor rights, and academic freedom in higher education. As part of his analysis Nelson discusses the effort to reclaim Antioch College from Antioch University and the subsequent birth of the Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute.

    Nelson, Antioch College alum ’67, Professor of English and Jubilee Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, He is also president of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP).

    This 40-minute video is documentation of a presentation Cary Nelson gave in Yellow Springs, Ohio on October 24, 2008.

  • Another Education Is Possible — I hope

    Nonstop faculty member Jean Gregorek gave this presentation on the state of higher education as part of the inaugural event of Nonstop’s ‘festival week’ She describes this presentation as:

    ‘another education is possible–i hope’ was a first pass at constructing a genealogy of various strands of utopian thought that have gone into the making of the educational ideals of Antioch College, culminating in a (too) brief meditation on the influence of the ongoing alter-globalization movement and current thinking on bioregionalism and what these new directions might imply for a small and struggling educational institution.