U of I Instructor Assaults Conservative Students

head butt to the bridge of that cucks nose

easy

What is the background of this? That guy is really an instructor at University of Illinois? Any follow-up to this?

At first I thought he was a Dad of actual kids…not some deranged far-left professor trying to act tough.

No way that guy’s a college professor.

...right?

He is a PHD candidate there, so he is teaching courses. He is listed for instructing multiple includeing: "Constructing Race in America" and "US Gender History since 1877"

^including.

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He is a PHD candidate there, so he is teaching courses. He is listed for instructing multiple includeing: "Constructing Race in America" and "US Gender History since 1877"

What a homo

Bereal - What is the background of this? That guy is really an instructor at University of Illinois? Any follow-up to this?

At first I thought he was a Dad of actual kids…not some deranged far-left professor trying to act tough.

Tariq Khan

Recent Courses

AFRO 281 - Constructing Race In AmericaHIST 281 - Constructing Race In AmericaLLS 281 - Constructing Race In AmericaAAS 281 - Constructing Race In AmericaGWS 286 - Us Gender History Since 1877HIST 286 - Us Gender History Since 1877

Recent Semesters Teaching

Spring 2017, Fall 2016

Departments

AFRO, HIST, LLS, AAS, GWS

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https://www.coursicle.com/illinois/professors/Tariq+Khan/

I honestly think it is psychologically unhealthy for men to be super liberal.  Super liberal dudes are some of the least happy people I know.

 

 

 

https://historyarthistory.gmu.edu/programs/la-ma-hist/meet-an-alum/785

Fun Fact: He's also a bee keeper

MA in History

Tariq Khan, 2013

Tariq Khan

I decided to pursue history when I realized that most of the scholarly work that I found interesting and useful to the movements I cared about was historical.

Why did you decide to pursue an M.A. in History?

Supporting emancipatory social movements is one of my top priorities. Many of the people who I admire for their contributions to revolutionary movements – people such as Peter Kropotkin, W.E.B. Du Bois, Franz Fanon, and Angela Davis among many others – were/are scholars. I was most attracted to sociology and history because radical social theory and “history from below” serve an important purpose in causes for social justice. I decided to pursue history when I realized that most of the scholarly work that I found interesting and useful to the movements I cared about was historical.

What was your most rewarding class? Why?

That’s a tough one to answer. There were a lot of great classes and great professors, and I hate to have to pick only one. Dr. Meredith Lair – whose Vietnam War class I took – is quite brilliant and challenged dominant narratives by exploring not just two, but several sides of a story; and I enjoyed Dr. Michael O'Malley’s Gilded Age & Progressive Era class because he asked big, interesting, and creative questions, and he effectively made the history we studied relevant to the present.

What are you doing now?

I am currently a PhD student in History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

How has the M.A. program helped you with your career or your personal interests?

The MA program at GMU led me to the PhD program I am in now, and the major paper I did for my MA led directly to the research I am doing now.

Any career advice you would give to students in the program?

Be suspicious of all “respectable” authority, including – and especially – the authority of your own institutions. Don’t sacrifice ethics or morality for access and prestige. Know that scholars can be – and often are – complicit in the perpetuation of systems of oppression, or they can use their knowledge, skills, and institutional access to challenge systems of oppression. Read Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil to see how harmful “just doing your job,” “just obeying the law,” or just fulfilling your technical function within the system without thinking critically about the system itself can be. Read Noam Chomsky’s “The Responsibility of Intellectuals” to keep yourself honest and courageous.

Tell us something that people would be surprised to know about you.

I keep bees and am fascinated with apiculture.

So he got mad because someone said “You look old enough to have childern, shouldnt you be looking after them” that was basically it right?

Libcuck damn!!

lol im the farthest thing from a hardass but i woulda dropped his ass the second he got in my personal space aggressively

also i know some people around there, hopefully he chooses one of them next time lol

Jeez, this guys sound like Fabricio Werdum Dana White and Conor McGregor all rolled into one. How pathetic.

Oddly the only one threatening his children is the maniac himself. 

He’s increased the likelihood that they face hardship by losing his job. 

scrapdo -

His jeans seem to fit nicely. 

Libs gonna tard.

The best is that he was trying to spin-it as if the guys taking the video were harassing and threatening a bunch of small children. All the while he is invading their personal space and picking a fight.

The guy just totally fit the description of a hypocritical far-leftist professor.

I thought U. of I. was a pretty reputable school?

I think he got mad because they weren't even counter-protesting; they were heckling.  He didn't like being heckeled.  

Should have been a much shorter video that ended with him falling to the ground and clutching his throat.

Wow! That pissed me off watching that. I agree with The Thrill. No one is going to come up on me like that without us throwing hands.