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‘Distressed’ Hamline University faculty calls on head of the school to RESIGN after firing professor


Faculty leaders at a Minnesota college that dismissed an art history instructor who showed depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in a course have overwhelmingly called for the university president to resign.

Faculty leaders at Hamline University said 71 of 92 members who attended a meeting Tuesday voted to call on President Fayneese Miller to resign immediately. 

They say they lost faith in Miller because of her handling of an objection lodged by a Muslim student who said seeing the artwork violated her religious beliefs.

The adjunct instructor who showed the artwork, Erika López Prater, sued the private liberal arts school last week after it declined to renew her contract.

Hamline University President Fayneese Miller

Erika López Prater

Faculty leaders at a Minnesota college that dismissed art history instructor Erika López Prater (pictured right), who showed depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in a course have overwhelmingly called for the university president Fayneese Miller (pictured left) to resign

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