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In their letter, Bray’s colleagues said that Dartmouth officials effectively threw him under the bus when they responded to Campus Reform’s piece.
They argued that Bray had not called for violent protest but noted that normal channels such as public debate and electoral politics had not thwarted fascism historically.
“Professor Bray was exposed to violent threats, without so much as a basic effort even to warn him that the College intended to endorse the mischaracterization of his position and the implied attack on his scholarly standing by making clear he had no institutional support,” the letter read.
Bray’s biography page says he is a historian of human rights, terrorism and political radicalism in Modern Europe.
Many of Bray’s colleagues have celebrated his foray into the national spotlight, where his scholarly work in political radicalism has landed him prime-time interviews on NBC and NPR. Bray has made no secret about his belief that violence is, in some circumstances, justified.
In turn, the university has sought to distance itself from him.
Dartmouth College lecturer Mark Bray has gone from a relatively unknown academic to a sought-after news commentator in the short time since white supremacists clashed with counterprotesters at the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville.“The endorsement of violence in any form is contrary to Dartmouth values.” Now, Bray’s colleagues are coming to his defense.