Saturday, August 2, 2014

Famous Cases of Plagiarism and Fraud in Academia, Athletics, Government, Journalism, Politics, etc.


“Astroturf.” Disinfopedia. Center for Media and Democracy 4 July 2004.

Atlas, James. “When an Original Idea Sounds Really Familiar.” New York Times (28 July 1991): 2.

Atlas, James. “Who Owns a Life? Asks a Poet, When His Is Turned into Fiction.” New York Times (20 February 1994): 14.

“Background.” CQ Researcher 13.32 (19 September 2003): 782-787.

Barringer, Felicity. “Forensic Experts Uncovered Forgery on Iraq, an Inspector Says.” New York Times 9 March 2003.

Bartlett, Thomas, and Scott Smallwood. “Mentor vs. Protege.” Chronicle of Higher Education 17 Dec. 2004: A14-15.

Bartlett, Thomas, and Scott Smallwood. “Professor Copycat.” Chronicle of Higher Education 17 Dec. 2004: A8-12.

Bartlett, Thomas. “Historical Association Will No Longer Investigate Allegations of Wrongdoing.” Chronicle of Higher Education 7 May 2003.

Bartlett, Thomas. “Naval Academy Demotes Professor Accused of Plagiarism.” Chronicle of Higher Education 29 October 2003.

Basinger, Julianne. “Wesley College President Disabled Link to Paper Whose Originality Is in Question.” Chronicle of Higher Education (5 May 2000).

Basinger, Julianne. “Wesley College President’s Paper Mirrors Speech by Another.” Chronicle of Higher Education (4 May 2000).

Birchard, Karen. “Canada’s Simon Fraser U. Suspends 44 Students in Plagiarism Scandal.” Chronicle of Higher Education 24 October 2002.

Blair, Jayson. Burning Down My Master’s House: My Life at the New York Times. New Millennium.

Block, Melissa. “Harvard Student Accused of Plagiarizing Novel.” Interview with David Mehegan. All Things Considered. National Public Radio, 25 Apr. 2006.

Blumenthal, Ralph, with Sarah Lyall. “Plagiarism Accusations Halt Distribution of John Paul Jones Biography.” New York Times (21 September 1999).

Boehlert, Eric. “Lapdogs.” Salon 4 May 2006.

Boorstein, Michelle. “U-Va. Expels 48 Students After Plagiarism Probe.” Washington Post (26 November 2002): B1.

Bostian, Teri. “A Professor at Tennessee Cites Academic Abuses.” New York Times (20 April 2000): D3.

Bowers, Neal. Words for the Taking: The Hunt for a Plagiarist. New York: Norton, 1997.

Boyd, William. Rev. of Himmelfarb, by Michael Kruger. New York Times Book Review (30 October 1994): 8.

Bratsis, Peter. “The Construction of Corruption, or Rules of Separation and Illusions of Purity in Bourgeois Societies.” Social Text 21.4 (Winter 2003).

Bray, Robert. “Reading Between the Texts: Benjamin Thomas’ Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Oates’s With Malice Toward None. Unpublished manuscript, 1990.

Bruner, M. Lane. “Global Governance and the Critical Public.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 6.4 (2003): 687-708.

Buncombe, Andrew. “Bush’s Republicans Prepare for Their ‘Dirty War’ on Kerry.” Independent (London) 2 August 2004.

Butler, Judith. “Explanation and Exoneration, or What We Can Hear.” Social Text 20.3 (Fall 2002): 177-188.

Campbell, James. “The Sincerest Form?” Times Literary Supplement 28 February 1997: 36.

Carey, James. “Mirror of the Times.” The Nation 16 June 2003.

Carvajal, Doreen. “So Whose Words Are They, Anyway?” New York Times (27 May 2000): B9, B11.

Cawthorne, Andrew, and Katherine Baldwin. “Blair Stands Firm as BBC Says Scientist Was Source.” Washington Post 20 July 2003.

Cohen, David. “Head of Australia’s Largest University Steps Down Amid Allegations of Plagiarism.” Chronicle of Higher Education (17 July 2002).

Cohen, Roger. “Literary Piracy Is Charged in France.” New York Times 19 May 1993: A3.

Coin, Glenn. “Hamilton President Quits over Copied Words.” Syracuse Post-Standard (2 October 2002): A1, A6.

“College President Cited for Plagiarism.” MSNBC News 17 March 2004.

“Current Situation.” CQ Researcher 13.32 (19 September 2003): 787-790.

Davidson, Keay. “British Accused of Lifting Article.” San Francisco Chronicle 7 February 2003.

Dawkins, Stephen. “No Formal Policy for Copycat Profs.” Crimson White [University of Alabama] 19 Jan. 2005.

“Dean Out for Plagiarism; Stanford Author Accused.” Chronicle of Higher Education 24 July 1991: A2.

DeLarge, Alex, Laura Fisher, Joseph Mailander, and William Rocke Stephenson, Jr. “Zell Miller’s Speech Based on Email Hoax.” Weblog entry, Martini Republic. 2 Sept. 2004.

“DIY Dossier: The Mother of All Inventions.” The Times [London] 8 February 2003.

“Dubious Dossier.” The Nation 6 February 2003.

Dylan, Bob. “Floater (Too Much to Ask).” Love and Theft. CD-ROM. New York: Sony Music, 2001.

Eakin, Emily. “Stop, Historians! Don’t Copy That Passage! Computers Are Watching.” New York Times (26 January 2002): B9.

Edelstein, David. “Stephen’s Bogus Journey.” Slate 30 October 2003.

Eisenstadt, Marnie. “Klinges File Suit against College.” The Ithacan (2 March 1995): 1-2.

Enders, Walter, and Gary A. Hoover. “Whose Line Is It? A Survey of Plagiarism in the Economics Profession.” Working paper 03-10-02, Economics, Finance, and Legal Studies. University of Alabama. October 2003.

“Esquire Cancels Jayson Blair Assignment.” Editor and Publisher 8 August 2003.

Evangelauf, Jean. “Navel Academy Investigates Plagiarism Allegation Against Historian.” Chronicle of Higher Education 2 June 2003.

Evans, Dominic. “UK’s Blair under Fire for Plagiarized Iraq Dossier.” Reuters News Agency 7 February 2003.

“Ex-Times Editor Quit at Boss’s Behest.” Dallas Morning News 13 July 2003.

Farrey, Tom. “Academic Flunkies Face Brand New Threat.” ESPN.com 4 April 2003.

Farrey, Tom. “Institutional-Control Issues Loom.” ESPN.com (2 October 1999).

Farrey, Tom. “Memos Uncover Alleged UT Violations.” ESPN.com (27 September 1999).

Farrey, Tom. “Report Cites Questionable Practices.” ESPN.com (20 April 2000).

Farrey, Tom. “Tennessee Faculty Revokes Class.” ESPN.com (2 November 1999).

Farrey, Tom. “Vols Won’t Take Action with Riley.” ESPN.com (29 September 1999).

Fazlollah, Mark. “Terrorism Statistics Inflated in N.J.” Philadelphia Inquirer 2 March 2003.

Fine, Tom, and Sean Kettering. “Plagiarism Cited.” Colgate News (22 February 1985): 10.

Fox, Richard Wightman. “A Heartbreaking Problem of Staggering Proportions.” Journal of American History 90.4 (Mar. 2004): 1341-1346.

Fruman, Norman. Coleridge: The Damaged Archangel. New York: Braziller, 1971.

Giles, Jim. “Taking on the Cheats.” Nature 435 (May 2005): 258-259.

Gladwell, Malcolm. “Something Borrowed.” New Yorker 22 Nov. 2004.

Glass, Stephen. The Fabulist. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003.

Glenn, David. “Judge or Judge Not?” Chronicle of Higher Education (17 Dec. 2004): A16-198.

Gomstyn, Alice. “Fresno State Gets 4 Years’ Probation for NCAA Rules Violations.” Chronicle of Higher Education 11 September 2003.

Goodwin, Doris Kearns. “How I Caused that Story: A Historian Explains Why Someone Else’s Writing Wound up in Her Book.” Time (4 February 2002).

Gormley, Jay. “North Texan Resigns After Plagiarism Questions.” CBS11TV.com [Dallas, TX] 20 Nov. 2005.

Gray, Paul “The Purloined Letters.” Time 26 April 1993: 59-60.

Grayson, Richard. Letter to the Editor. New York Times (11 October 1995).

Grimes, William. “What Rhymes With, uh, Plagiarism?” New York Times (24 October 1994): C15, C20.

“Group: Articles Copied in British Dossier.” New York Newsday 8 February 2003.

Hall, Kenji. “Japanese Author May Have Inspired Dylan Lyric.” Salon.com. 8 July 2003.

Harper, Christopher. “Journalism in a Digital Age.” Democracy and New Media. Ed. Henry Jenkins and David Thorburn. Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2003. 271-280.

Haswell, Rich. “Re-used papers.” WPA-L. 4 October 1999.

Hebel, Sara. “Historian’s Latest Book on World War II Has Passages Resembling Another Scholar’s Work.” Chronicle of Higher Education 7 January 2002.

Heltzel, Ellen, and Margo Hammond. “Of Plagiarism and Punishment.” Mercury-News [San Jose, CA] 7 May 2006.

Henry, William A., III. “Recycling in the Newsroom.” Time 29 July 1991: 59.

Hilts, Philip J. “When Does Duplication of Words Become Theft?” New York Times 29 March 1993: A10.

Hubler, Eric. “Denver High Schools Move Up.” Denver Post 5 December 2002.

Hulbert, Ann. “How Kaavya Got Packaged and Got into Trouble.” Slate 27 Apr. 2006.

Isserman, Maurice. “Plagiarism: A Lie of the Mind.” Chronicle of Higher Education 2 May 2003.

Isserman, Maurice. “Understanding the Honor Code.” The Spectator [Hamilton College, New York] 1 Nov. 2002: 10.

“Jane’s Group Now Says British Dossier Copied Its Articles.” San Francisco Chronicle 8 February 2003.

Jeffers, Thomas L. “Plagiarism High and Low.” Commentary 114.3 (October 2002): 54-61.

Jensen, Richard. “Richard Jensen Responds.” Organization of American Historians Newsletter (August 2002): 4.

Jensen, Richard. “The Plagiarism Problem.” Organization of American Historians Newsletter (August 2002): 3.

Johnson, Elmer Douglass. “David Ramsay: Historian or Plagiarist?” South Carolina Historical Magazine (October 1956).

Johnson, John. “Analyst Finds Work Plagiarized in British Dossier.” Los Angeles Times 8 February 2003.

Kantner, Paul. “Crown of Creation.” Crown of Creation. By Jefferson Airplane. New York: RCA, 1967. [Intertext: Wyndham, John. "Re-Birth." A Treasury of Great Science Fiction. Vol. I. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1959. 9-135.]

Ketcham, Christopher. “The Troubling Case of Chris Hedges.” New Republic 12 June 2014.

Kincaid, James R. “Purloined Letters.” The New Yorker (20 January 1997): 93-97.

Kirkpatrick, David D. “A History of Lying Recounted as Fiction.” New York Times 7 May 2003.

Kirkpatrick, David D. “Historian Says Borrowing Was Wider Than Known.” New York Times 22 February 2002.

Kurtz, Howard. “The Villager, Imitated but No Longer Flattered.” Washington Post 4 August 2003.

Kushner, Nate. “Laura K. Pahl Is a Plagiarist.” Weblog entry. A Week of Kindness. 27 Mar. 2005.

LaFollette, Marcel C. “The Politics of Scientific Fraud.” Chronicles (September 1993): 21-4.

LaFollette, Marcel C. Stealing into Print : Fraud, Plagiarism, and Misconduct in Scientific Publishing. Los Angeles: U of California P, 1992.

Latour, Bruno. “Why Has Critique Run Out of Steam? From Matters of Fact to Matters of Concern.” Critical Inquiry 30.2 (Winter 2004): 225-248.

Lauerman, Kerry. Salon.com 28 October 2003.

Lawless, Jill. “British Government Admits It Erred in Not Crediting U.S. Academic’s Work Copied in Iraq Dossier.” San Francisco Chronicle 7 February 2003.

Le, Cecilia. “Hamilton Rally Supports Tobin.” Utica [New York] Observer-Dispatch 3 October 2002.

Leach, Susan Llewelyn. “Profs Who Plagiarize: How Often?” Christian Science Monitor 27 Apr. 2005.

Leatherman, Courtney. “At Texas A&M, Conflicting Charges of Misconduct Tear a Program Apart.” Chronicle of Higher Education (5 November 1999).

Leatherman, Courtney. “Stanford Professor Apologizes for Not Crediting Student’s Work.” Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Aug. 1991: A5.

Leavitt, David. “Did I Plagiarize His Life?” New York Times Book Review (3 April 1994): 36-37.

Levy, Doug. “Two Scientific Watchdogs Are Leashed.” USA Today 30 March 1994: 5D.

Lewin, Tamara. “Hamilton President Resigns over Speech.” New York Times (3 October 2002).

Lewis, Mark. “A Reply to Richard Jensen.” Organization of American Historians Newsletter (August 2002): 3-4.

Lin-Liu, Jen. “Peking U. Punishes Professor for Plagiarizing American Textbook.” Chronicle of Higher Education 7 March 2002.

Lipsyte, Robert. “Critics’ Corner Still Tackling ‘A Juggernaut.’” New York Times (26 November 2000): 13.

Loney, Matt. “‘Dodgy-Dossier Syndrome’ Rife in the Workplace.” ZDNet UK 14 November 2003.

Low, Chris. “NCAA Refocuses on UT Complaint.” Tennessean.com (5 May 2000).

Low, Chris. “UT’s Riley Sues over Privacy Issue.” Tennessean.com (16 May 2000).

Lyall, Sarah. “Britain Admits that Much of Its Report on Iraq Came from Magazines.” New York Times 8 February 2003.

Lyden, Jacki, and Guy Raz. “Profile: Prime Minister Tony Blair Under Fire for Intelligence Report That Appears to be Plagiarized.” All Things ConsideredNPR News 8 February 2003.

Magner, Denise K. “Historian Who Was Accused of Plagiarism Faces New Complaint.” Chronicle of Higher Education 14 April 1993: A19-20.

Magner, Denise K. “Plagiarism Charge Prompts President of Hastings College to Retire.” Chronicle of Higher Education (3 March 2000): A39.

Magner, Denise K. “Verdict in a Plagiarism Case.” Chronicle of Higher Education 5 January 1994: A17, A20.

Mallon, Thomas. Stolen Words. Harvest Books, 2001.

Margulies, Jonathan. “President of Hamilton College, in N.Y., Apologizes for Failing to Cite Sources in Speech.” Chronicle of Higher Education (25 September 2002).

Margulies, Jonathan. “President of N.Y.’s Hamilton College Steps Down Amid Controversy over Speech.” Chronicle of Higher Education 2 October 2002.

Marsden, Chris. “Britain: Blair Government Caught Out in Plagiarism and Lies over Latest Iraq Dossier.” World Socialist Web Site 10 February 2003.

Martin, Brian. “Fraud and Australian Academics.” Thought and Action 5.2 (Fall 1989): 95-102.

Martin, Brian. “Academic Exploitation.” Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses. Ed. Brian Martin, C. M. Ann Baker, Clyde Manwell, and Cedric Pugh. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1986. 59-62.

Martin, Brian. “Exploiting the Academic Peons.” Australian Society 2.9 (1 Oct. 1983): 28-29.

Masur, Louis P. “What It Will Take to Turn Historians Into Writers.” Chronicle of Higher Education 6 July 2001: B10.

McFarland, Thomas. “Coleridge’s Plagiarisms Once More: A Review Essay.” Yale Review 62 (1974): 252-86.

McFarland, Thomas. “The Problem of Coleridge’s Plagiarisms.” Coleridge and the Pantheist Tradition. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1969.

McFarland, Thomas. Originality and Imagination. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1985.

McGeary, Johanna. “Dissecting the Case.” Time (10 February 2003): 56-61.

McLemee, Scott. “Philip Foner Influenced a Generation of Young Labor Historians, but Critics Call Him a Plagiarist Who Helped Himself to Their Research.” Chronicle of Higher Education 27 June 2003: A11.

Mehegan, Daniel. “After Duplicated Words, Words of Apology.” Boston Globe 25 Apr. 2006.

Miller, Susan. Rescuing the Subject. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1989.

Minzesheimer, Bob. “Getting Intimate with Lincoln.” USA Today 20 Oct. 2005.

Mishra, Raja. “Harvard Researcher Said to Plagiarize Is Banned.” Boston Globe 2 Dec. 2004.

Mooney, Carolyn J. “Critics Question Higher Education’s Commitment and Effectiveness in Dealing with Plagiarism.” Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Feb. 1992: A13+.

Mooney, Carolyn J. “Plagiarism Charges Against a Scholar Can Divide Experts, Perplex Scholarly Societies, and Raise Intractable Questions.” Chronicle of Higher Education 12 February 1992: A1, A14, A16.

Morgan, Peter, letter. Times Literary Supplement 8 August 2003: 13.

Moses, Lucia. “Raines: Reporter Had Been Warned about Errors.” Editor and Publisher 5 May 2003.

Murphy, John M. “‘Our Mission and Our Moment’: George W. Bush and September 11.” Rhetoric and Public Affairs 6.4 (2003): 607-632.

Navrozov, Andrei. “The Age of Plagiarism.” The Times Magazine 2 October 1993: 40.

“New Book Connects Young Novelist’s Plagiarism Scandal with the Threats of Offshore Outsourcing.” Press World 9 Aug. 2006.

Niman, Michael A. “Powell, Plagiarism, Taxes and War.” The Humanist 63.36-37 (May 2003).

“NKU Fires Teacher; 2 Resign.” Kentucky Post 27 August 2003.

Noah, Timothy. “Goodwin’s Bluff.” Slate 11 Oct. 2005.

“Not-So-Civil War Among Lincoln Scholars Includes Accusation of Plagiarism.” Chronicle of Higher Education (18 February 2000).

Pearson, Hugh. “The Paper Chase.” Rev. of Burning Down My Master’s House. By Jayson Blair. Washington Post 7 March 2003: BW03.

Phan, Monty. “Fox Web Site Pulls False Kerry Story.” New York Newsday 2 Oct. 2004.

“Plagiarism Taints Book by Professor.” Kansas City Star 10 Sept. 2004.

Plotz, David. “Steve and Me.” Slate 30 September 2003.

Posner, Richard A. “On Plagiarism.” The Atlantic Monthly (April 2002): 23.

Posner, Richard A. “The Truth about Plagiarism.” New York Newsday 18 May 2003.

Postel, Danny. “In Wake of Controversies, Historians Debate Causes and Prevalence of Plagiarism.” Chronicle of Higher Education 6 January 2003.

Price, David. “Pilfered Scholarship Devastates General Petraeus’s Counterinsurgency Manual.” Counterpunch 30 Oct. 2007.

Price, Niko. “Iraq Hails Rallies.” Miami Herald 16 February 2003.

“Probation, Lost Scholarship Possible.” ESPN.com (29 September 1999).

“Prof Reprimanded for Alleged Plagiarism.” WPVI.com (Philadelphia) 20 March 2004.

Pyshnov. Michael. “University of Toronto Fraud.” 4 July 2006.

Rangwala, Glen. “British Intelligence Iraq Dossier Relies on Recycled Academic Articles.” Centre for Research on Globalisation 11 February 2003.

Read, Brock. “News Organization at Brigham Young U. Returns Awards for Copied Web-Site Design.” Chronicle of Higher Education 3 June 2003.

Rimer, Sara. “At Harvard, Lapses by Scholars Put Focus on Plagiarism Policy.” Chicago Tribune 26 Nov. 2004.

Robertson, Dana. “Latham, Howard Trade Plagiarism Barbs.” Australian Broadcasting Corporation 23 April 2004.

Rodan, Paul. “A Modest Victory for Academic Values: The Demise of David Robinson.” Australian Universities Review 46.2 (Apr. 2004).

Romano, Carlin. “Is ‘Justification’ Talk Justified?” Chronicle of Higher Education 21 February 2003.

Rose, Mark. Authors and Owners: The Invention of Copyright. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1993.

Rothstein, Edward. “Plagiarism that Doesn’t Add Up.” New York Times 9 March 2002.

Roy, Sandip. “How Opal Mehta Saved Our Lives.” Salon 5 May 2006.

Rubin, Barry. “British Government Plagiarizes MERIA Journal: Our Response.” Middle East Review of International Affairs, n.d.

Rugman, Jonathan. “Downing St Document Plagiarised.” Channel 4 [England] 6 February 2003.

Sanger, David E. “National Security Aide Says He’s to Blame for Speech Error.” New York Times 23 July 2003.

Scanlan, Chip. “The Legend on the License Revisited: The Twin Perils of Fabrication and Plagiarism.” Poynter.org 23 August 2002.

Schemo, Diana Jean. “Many on Campuses Disdain Historian’s Practice.” New York Times 15 January 2002.

Schmitt, Richard B. “Second USA Today Editor Resigns Amid Scandal.” Los Angeles Times 23 April 2004.

Scott, A.O. “A Young Writer’s Ambition, with Loyalty and Betrayal.” New York Times 31 October 2003. .

“Secret Weapons.” The Economist 31 May Ð 6 June 2003: 12.

Sennott, Charles M. “Report on Iraq Didn’t Credit U.S. Scholar.” Boston Globe 8 February 2003.

Shafer, Jack. “Half a Glass.” Slate 7 November 2003.

Shattered Glass. Dir. Billy Ray. Perf. Hayden Christensen, Peter Sargaard, and Chloe Sevigny. Lions Gate, 2003.

Shaw, David L. “CNY Principal Admitted Plagiarism.” Syracuse [NY] Post-Standard 14 Oct. 2004.

Silberstein, Sandra. War of Words: Language, Politics and 9/11. New York: Routledge, 2002.

Smallwood, Scott. “Texas A&M President Decides Professor Accused of Plagiarism Can Keep Her Job.” Chronicle of Higher Education 16 April 2002.

Smallwood, Scott. “Bitter Aftertaste.” Chronicle of Higher Education (12 April 2002).

Smith, Dinitia, and Motoko Rich. “A Second Ripple in Plagiarism Scandal.” New York Times 2 May 2006.

Solomon, John. “Tenet Takes Blame on Iraqi Uranium Claim.” St. Petersburg [Florida] Times 11 July 2003.

Spence, Kristin. “Is It Art, or Is It Appropriation?” Wired (December 1995): 7.

Spender, Stephen. “My Life Is Mine; It Is Not David Leavitt’s.” New York Times Book Review (4 September 1994): 10-12.

Steinberg, Jason. “Times Reporter Resigns after Questions on Article.” New York Times 2 May 2003.

Sterling, Gary. “Plagiarism and the Worms of Accountability.” Reading Improvement 28.3 (Fall 1991): 138-40.

Stewart, Walter W., and Ned Feder. “The Integrity of the Scientific Literature.” Nature 15 (January 1987): 207-14.

Strupp, Joe. “A ‘Cataclysmic Event’ for American Journalism.” Editor and Publisher 6 June 2003.

Suggs, Welch. “How the NCAA’s Test-Score Rules Look from the Ground Up.” Chronicle of Higher Education (7 October 1999): A57.

Suggs, Welch. “Newspaper Details Allegations of Academic Fraud and Payoffs in Fresno State Basketball Program.” Chronicle of Higher Education 11 February 2003.

Suggs, Welch. “Scandals Force Colleges to Reassess Roles of Academic Advisers for Athletes.” Chronicle of Higher Education (3 December 1999): A51.

Suggs, Welch. “Trinity International U. Suspends Law-School Dean Accused of Plagiarism.” Chronicle of Higher Education 30 July 2001.

Suggs, Welch. “U. of Tennessee Restructures Tutoring Program for Athletes.” Chronicle of Higher Education (14 June 2000).

Suggs, Welch. “U. of Tennessee Shortchanges Athletes Academically, Professor Charges.” Chronicle of Higher Education (24 April 2000).

Suggs, Welch. “U. of Tennessee Sidelines 4 Football Players in Cheating Scandal.” Chronicle of Higher Education 28 September 1999.

Sutel, Seth. “Experts: Times Must Restore Credibility.” Miami Herald 6 June 2003.

Swan, Jim. “Touching Words: Helen Keller, Plagiarism, Authorship.” The Construction of Authorship: Textual Appropriation in Law and Literature. Ed. Martha Woodmansee and Peter Jaszi. Durham: Duke UP, 1994. 57-100.

Swanson, Carol. “The Battle for the Newsroom.” New York (26 May 2003): 22-25.

Tabor, Mary B.W. “A Reader Finds That a Current Book Reads Suspiciously Like an Old One.” New York Times (3 March 1995): C3.

“Taming the Copycats on the Faculty.” Colloquy. Chronicle of Higher Education 16 Dec. 2004.

Teresi, Dick. “Ex-Colleague Charges Best-Selling Author Stole His Ideas.” Syracuse Herald American (29 July 2001): E1, E3.

Thielmann, Greg. Interview with Bill Moyers. Now with Bill MoyersPBS 13 June 2003.

Thurber, James. The Years with Ross. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1957.

“Times Reporter Who Resigned Leaves Long Trail of Deception.” New York Times 11 May 2003. . Accessed 11 May 2003.

“Tinker, Tailor, Mentor, Thief.” Colloquy. Chronicle of Higher Education 10 Dec. 2004.

Tomsho, Robert. “Familiar Words: Student Plagiarism Stirs Controversy At Ohio University–Some Foreign Engineers’ Grasp Of Research Fundamentals Becomes a Concern to Peers’–Not Really Intending to Copy.’” Wall Street Journal 15 Aug. 2006: A1.

Trumbull, Charles. “Economic Reforms and Social Contradictions in Cuba.” Cuba in Transition. Volume 10, Papers and Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE), Miami, Florida, August, 2000.

“U.K. Accused of Lifting Dossier Text.” CNN.com 7 February 2003.

“U.N. Inspectors: U.S. Used Forged Reports.” USA Today 8 March 2003.

“University President Retires Amid Plagiarism Allegations.” Fox News Channel 19 March 2004.

Usborne, David. “On a Day of High Drama, a Quiet Swede May Just Have Turned Back the Tide of War.” The Independent [London] 15 February 2003.

Vega, Suzanne. “The Ballad of Henry Timrod.” New York Times 17 Sept. 2006.

“Viking and Spender Settle Dispute.” New York Times (17 February 1994).

Vincent, Clement. “The Purloined Bibliography.” Chronicle of Higher Education 16 July 2007.

Walsh, Sharon. “SUNY-Albany Demotes Scholar After Year-Old Allegations of Plagiarism Surface.” Chronicle of Higher Education 21 February 2002.

Ward, Dana. “PSU Math Professor Fired for Plagiarism.” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 16 April 2004.

Warrick, Joby. “Some Evidence on Iraq Called Fake.” Washington Post 8 March 2003.

Washington, Wayne. “Rice Aide Takes Blame for Claim in Bush Speech.” Boston Globe 23 July 2003.

Weeks, Kent M. “Interrogatories: Plagiarism and Negligent Scholarship.” Lex Collegii 18.2 (Fall 1994): 7-8.

Weeks, Linton. “History Repeating Itself.” Washington Post (24 March 2002): F01.

Wheeler, David L. “U.S. Has Barred Grants to 6 Scientists in Past 2 Years.” Chronicle of Higher Education 37 3 July 1991: 1, 6-7.

Williams, Robert Chadwell. The Historian’s Toolbox: A Student’s Guide to the Theory and Craft of History. Armonk: M.E. Sharpe, 2003.

Williams, Sharon. “Avoiding Plagiarism.” Hamilton College Writing Center, 2002.

Wilogren, Jodi. “School Cheating Scandal Tests a Town’s Values.” New York Times (14 February 2002): A1.

Wilson, Robin. “Research-Fraud Investigation Leads to 4 More Departures from Northern Kentucky U.” Chronicle of Higher Education 28 August 2003.

Wolff, Michael. “Troubled Times.” New York (26 May 2003): 18-21.

Wolffe, Richard. “Credibility Gap Lives On.” Newsweek 30 September 2003.

Woolston, Chris. “When a Mentor Becomes a Thief.” Chronicle of Higher Education 1 April 2002.

Xueqin, Jiang. “Chinese Academics Consider a ‘Culture of Copying.’” Chronicle of Higher Education (17 May 2002).