Higher ed has gone to the dogs, and the cats don't like it.
In AESOP’S COLLEGE, the professors are dogs, the students are cats, and the provost is a pot-belly pig. When a classroom incident sparks campus-wide unrest, the animals must debate the merits of academic freedom over community standards. It’s Plato’s Apology meets Animal Farm — an academic satire for the era of the “coddled American mind.”
"One of the best satires of university politics I have ever read … It underscores the absurd forms of censorship and bullying that have permeated our campuses, all in the guise of “diversity” and “inclusion.” Like George Orwell's Animal Farm, Adamo’s book uses a wide range of creatures to reveal the beast in all of us. I hope it persuades us to treat each other as human beings, which is what universities were supposed to teach in the first place."
— Jonathon Zimmerman, author of The Case for Contention:
Teaching Controversial Issues in American Schools
"[Adamo] makes his arguments in a clear and often clever way … Readers who resist getting angry at the premise will be rewarded by nuance further along. An engaging satirical approach to issues of free speech and safe spaces on American campuses."
— Kirkus Reviews