Ever since The New York Times published an explosive story gathering evidence that the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein had been harassing and assaulting women and covering it up for decades, almost every industry is asking the same question: Who are our Harvey Weinsteins?
More universities have been prompted to answer questions about alleged misconduct by professors.
Oxford University announced last week that Tariq Ramadan, a professor of contemporary Islamic studies, had taken a leave of absence "by mutual agreement." Multiple women have accused Mr. Ramadan of rape or sexual misconduct. He denies the charges, The Economist reported, and has called them part of "a campaign of slander."
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