Staff back Keele maths books sale inquiry

February 26, 1999

Keele University academics were voting this week on whether to back calls for an inquiry into the controversial sale of rare mathematics books. Members of Keele's senate met on Wednesday after around 200 academics, almost half of all teaching staff at Keele, signed a letter urging the senate to vote for an inquiry.

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