Robert Jensen

Robert Jensen is a professor in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin and the author of The End of Patriarchy: Radical Feminism for Men. He can be reached atrjensen@austin.utexas.edu or online at http://robertwjensen.org/.

Can Journalism Schools be Relevant in a World on the Brink?

Beyond Independence

Finding a Stubborn Hope to Live in a Dead Culture

In South Africa, Apartheid is Dead, But White Supremacy Lingers On

Future Farming

Future Farming

A Citizen’s Oath of Office

Beyond Grief and Rage

Taking Politics Seriously

Pop Music and 9/11

Technological Fundamentalism

Fear and Hope on a Runaway Train

Masculine, Feminine or Human?

The Selling and Shaping of Our Souls

The Sorrows of Race and Gender

Beyond Peace

The Quagmire of Masculinity

The Siege of the Red Mosque and the Cries of the Suffering

A Direction Not a Destination

The Bigot and the Boycott

What the Finkelstein Tenure Fight Tells Us About the State of Academia

Anti-Capitalism in Five Minutes

Impeach the System

Liberal Icons and War

Digging In and Digging Deep

Opportunities Lost

Blood on the Tracks

The Death of Empathy

Academic Freedom on the Rocks

Racism and Cheap Thrills at the University of Texas Law School

Finding My Way Back to Church … and Getting Kicked Out

Defending Chavez on FoxNews

Race Stories

Academic Freedom in Iran and America

Outside the Frame

“Nothing But The Facts”

The Four Fundamentalisms

"Covering" and the Law

Why Leftists Mistrust Liberals

Why I am a Christian (Sort Of…)

The Failures of Our First Amendment Successes

Horowitz’s Academic Hit List

Dreams and Nightmares

Reason, Evolution and Intelligent Design

The End of the 1st Amendment’s Assembly and Petition Clauses

A National Day of Atonement

Hope is for the Weak

Is Bush a Racist?

Our Grief is Not Special

A Mercenary Society