About Us

Heterodox Academy members are all professors who have endorsed this statement:

“I believe that university life requires that people with diverse viewpoints and perspectives encounter each other in an environment where they feel free to speak up and challenge each other. I am concerned that many academic fields and universities currently lack sufficient viewpoint diversity—particularly political diversity. I will support viewpoint diversity in my academic field, my university, my department, and my classroom.”

We are diverse in our politics and in our academic fields. But we have come together to discuss ways of improving the academy by enhancing viewpoint diversity and the conditions that encourage free inquiry. Our members are listed in the table below while our advisory board and other personnel are listed here.

If you are a professor and would like to apply to join us, click here.

 

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Name SchoolDepartmentSelected Publications
Abeles, TomUniversity of LouisvilleEnvironmental Sciences
Abrams, SamSarah Lawrence CollegePolitical ScienceProfessors moved left since 1990s, the rest of the country did not
Addante, RichardCalifornia State University - San BernadinoPsychology
Adelman, JonathanUniversity of DenverInternational Studies
Adler, JonathanCase Western Reserve UniversityLaw
Agarwal, RajshreeUniversity of MarylandManagement & OrganizationsConfessions of a Silenced Professor

A Faustian bargain? The growth of management and its relationship with related disciplines
Albouy, DavidUniversity of IllinoisEconomics
Alevli, MustafaMarmara UniversityPhysics
Alexander, GerardUniversity of VirginiaPolitical ScienceReal academic diversity
Allen, PaulConcordia UniversityTheological Studies
Allison, LeeEastern Kentucky UniversityManagement, Marketing & International Business
Al-Shawaf, LaithBilkent UniversityPsychology
Amaral, PedroCalifornia State University - FresnoPhilosophy
Anderson, DerekNorthern Michigan UniversityEducation
Anomaly, JonathanDuke UniversityPolitical Science
Anthony, KellyUniversity of WaterlooPublic Health and Health Systems
Aquino, KarlUniversity of British ColumbiaMarketing and Behavioral ScienceWhat makes affirmative action-based hiring decisions seem (un)fair? A test of an ideological explanation for fairness judgments

What makes professors appear credible: The effect of demographic characteristics and ideological beliefs
Arcidiacono, PeterDuke UniversityEconomics
Argamon, ShlomoIllinois Institute of TechnologyComputer Science
Aronson, JoshuaNew York UniversityApplied Psychology
Arrunada, BenitoPompeu Fabra UniversityEconomics
Asher, LyellLewis & Clark CollegeEnglish• Low definition in higher education
Atkinson, QuentinUniversity of AucklandPsychology
Austin, MichaelEastern Kentucky UniversityPhilosophy and Religion
Austin, PeterSt. Edwards UniversityUniversity Studies
Bailey, DrewUniversity of California - IrvineEducation
Bailey, MichaelNorthwestern UniversityPsychologyThe man who would be queen: The science of gender-bending and transsexualism

What many transgender activists don't want you to know: and why you should know it anyway

Sexual orientation, controversy, and science
Baldwin, JayAbraham Baldwin Agricultural CollegeCommunication; English
Bambauer, JaneUniversity of ArizonaLaw
Bankston, CarlTulane UniversitySociologySocial justice: Cultural origins of a perspective and a theory

Engineering the competition: Affirmative action as subsidized mobility

The civic education crusade: A heretic's analysis
Baranowski, MichaelNorthern Kentucky UniversityPolitical Science, Criminal Justice, and Organizational Leadership
Bare, WilliamRandolph CollegeChemistry
Barnes, CollinHillsdale CollegePsychologyA Conservative Response to the Problems in Social Psychology
Barr, JohnLone Star CollegeSocial Sciences and HumanitiesLoathing Lincoln: An American Tradition from the Civil War to the Present

Challenging Their Cozy Cosmos: Charles Darwin, Abraham Lincoln, and the Lost Cause
Barth, HilaryWesleyan UniversityPsychology
Basile, AnthonyD'Youville CollegeBiology & Mathematics
Bates, TimUniversity of EdinburghPsychology
Bauerlein, MarkEmory UniversityEnglishLiberal Groupthink is Anti-Intellectual
Baumeister, RoyFlorida State UniversityPsychology
Beall, StephenMarquette UniversityForeign Languages & Literatures
Beneke, ChristopherBentley UniversityHistory
Ben-Gad, MichaelCity, University of LondonEconomics
Bengson, JesseSonoma State UniversityPsychology
Bennett, MichaelCurry CollegeBusiness Management
Berente, NicholasUniversity of GeorgiaManagement Information Systems
Bergman, JayCentral Connecticut State UniversityHistoryLiberal colleges need a different kind of diversity

CCSU, other universities, should educate, not indoctrinate, students

Brandeis and double standards
Bergerud, EricLincoln UniversityGeneral Education
Bindewald, BenOklahoma State UniversityEducation
Bird, David W.St. Mary's College of CaliforniaWorld Languages and Cultures
Blackwell, KatharineSalem CollegePsychology
Block, JamesUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraEducation
Bonevac, DanielUniversity of Texas - AustinPhilosophy• Leviathan U. in "The Imperiled Academy"

What Multiculturalism Should Not Be

Manifestations of Illiberalism in Philosophy
Boutwell, BrianSt. Louis UniversityCriminology and Criminal Justice
Boyer, PascalWashington University in St. LouisAnthropology
Bradley, StevenBaylor UniversityEntrepreneurshipInstitutions, economic freedom, and entrepreneurship: The contribution of management scholarship

The influence of tax and regulatory policies on entrepreneurs’ opportunity evaluation decisions
Bradshaw, DavidUniversity of KentuckyPhilosophy
Brahm, GabrielNorthern Michigan UniversityEnglishThe Case Against Academic Boycotts of Israel

The end of identity liberalism at the MLA: Saying 'no' to discrimination on the basis of nationality

Shakespeare's fault or yours? Melzer's maxim: A guide to tentative omniscience for the congenitally hyperfallible
Breuning, LorettaCalifornia State University - East BayManagementWhy I’m a Registered “None”: My struggle to become a “No party preference”

Why I Question Academic Research on Happiness: And You Should Too

The Neurochemistry of Science Bias
Brewer, BrendonUniversity of AucklandStatisticsWhat experts do and don't know
Brint, StevenUniversity of California - RiversideSociologyMerit Square-Off: The Fight Over College Admissions

Guide for the perplexed: On Michael Burawoy’s “public sociology"

Professions and civic engagement: Trends in rhetoric and practice 1875-1995
Brown, RyanPardee RAND Graduate SchoolAnthropology
Bruening, MichaelMissouri S & THistory and Political ScienceA Reformation Source Book: Documents From an Age of Debate
Brynjolfsson, ErikMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyManagerial EconomicsCould the Internet balkanize science?

Electronic communities: Global villages or cyberbalkanization?(best theme paper)

Communication networks and the rise of an information rlite: Do computers help the rich get richer?
Buchanan, BruceNew York UniversityBusiness and Society
Bulakowski, PaulUniversity of California - BerkeleyEducation
Bulbulia, JosephVictoria University of WellingtonReligious Studies
Burlingame, MichaelUniversity of Illinois - SpringfieldHistory
Burroughs, JamesUniversity of VirginiaCommerce
Bushman, BradThe Ohio State UniversityPsychology
Buss, DavidUniversity of Texas - AustinPsychology• Do ideologically driven scientific agendas impede the understanding and acceptance of evolutionary principles in social psychology? (To appear in: Political Bias in Social Psychology)
Bye, PatrikUniversity of NordlandEducation & Arts
Cadigan, RobertBoston UniversitySociology
Caldwell, BruceDuke UniversityEconomics
Callanan, GerardWest Chester UniversityManagement
Camosy, CharlesFordham UniversityTheologyPeter Singer and Christian Ethics: Beyond Polarization

Beyond the Abortion Wars: A Way Forward for a New Generation

Polarization in the US Catholic Church: Naming the Wounds, Beginning to Heal
Campbell, BradleyCalifornia State University - Los AngelesSociologyMicroaggression and Moral Cultures

Campus Culture Wars and the Sociology of Morality

Purity and Tolerance: The Contradictory Morality of College Campuses
Campbell, JamesSUNY - BuffaloPolitical SciencePolarized: Making Sense of a Divided America
Campbell, W. KeithUniversity of GeorgiaPsychology
Cantu, EdwardUniversity of Missouri - Kansas CityLaw
Cardus, SalvadorUniversitat Autonoma de BarcelonaSociology
Cargill, KimaUniversity of WashingtonPsychology
Carmichael, LorneQueen's University at KingstonEconomicsMale-female imbalance in STEM comes down to economics
Casey, TerrenceRose-Hulman Institute of TechnologyHumanities and Social SciencesAcademics need to understand the countries in which they live
Castelino, MarkRutgers University - NewarkFinance; Economics
Caswell, T. AndrewGannon UniversityPsychology
Cavenagh, ThomasNorth Central CollegeLeadership, Ethics, and Values
Cesario, JosephMichigan State UniversityPsychology
Chance, ZoeYale UniversityMarketing
Cheit, RossBrown UniversityPolitical ScienceFree expression matters
Choi, Young BackSt. John's UniversityEconomics
Christakis, NicholasYale UniversitySociologyConnected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives.

Dynamic Social Networks Promote Cooperation in Experiments with Humans

Static Network Structure Can Stabilize Human Cooperation
Clifton, AllanVassar CollegePsychology
Cloud, JaimeWestern Oregon UniversityPsychology
Cloud, MarkLock Haven UniversityPsychology
Coan, JamesUniversity of VirginiaPsychology
Cochran, JamesIowa State UniversityPhysics and Astronomy
Cohen, Andrew JasonGeorgia State UniversityPhilosophyToleration

Cohen, EliotJohn Hopkins UniversityInternational Studies; Strategic Studies
Collard, MarkSimon Fraser UniversityArchaeology
Collett, TeresaUniversity of St. ThomasLaw
Collins, SusanUniversity of Notre DamePolitical Science
Conklin, JamesConcordia UniversityApplied Human Sciences
Conlon, JosephOxford UniversityPhysicsWhy Viewpoint Diversity Also Matters in the Hard Sciences

Connolly, ShannonMissouri Southern State UniversityModern Languages
Cooper, EricIowa State UniversityPsychology
Cordes, SaraBoston CollegePsychology
Cosares, StevenLaguardia Community CollegeMathematics, Engineering and Computer Science
Cosmides, LedaUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraPsychologyEvolutionary psychology, moral heuristics, and the law

Formidability and the logic of human anger
Cost, FrankRochester Institute of TechnologyPhotographic Arts and Sciences
Cunningham, WilliamUniversity of TorontoPsychology
Curry, JudithGeorgia Institute of TechnologyClimate ScienceScientists and motivated reasoning

We are all confident idiots
Cushman, ThomasWellesley CollegeSociologyThe Fate of Freedom of Expression in Liberal Democracies

Intellectuals and Resentment Toward Capitalism

Christopher Hitchens and His Critics: Terror, Iraq, and the Left
Dahlen, EricUniversity of Southern MississippiPsychology
Dalziel, JamesMorling CollegeEducationUniversities, Christian higher education and ideological diversity: Insights from moral foundations theory

Why conservatives and progressives think differently: Insights from moral psychology
Dark III, TaylorCalifornia State University - Los AngelesPolitical Science
Davies, PaulCollege of William and MaryPhilosophy
Davis, JohnBaylor UniversityMathematics
Davis, ShawnPacific UniversityPsychology
De Block, AndreasUniversity of LeuvenPhilosophy
Del Giudice, MarcoUniversity of New MexicoPsychology
Demetriou, DanUniversity of Minnesota - MorrisPhilosophyThere's some fetish in your ethics: A limited defense of purity reasoning

Fighting together: Civil discourse and agonistic honor in Honor in the Modern World: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Our dignity-right to guns
Desrochers, PierreUniversity of TorontoGeography
De Young, RaymondUniversity of MichiganEnvironment and Sustainability
de Zamaroczy, NicholasJindal Global UniversityInternational Affairs
Diehl, ScottRutgers University of Medicine and DentistryOral Biology
Ditto, PeterUniversity of California - IrvinePsychology• Moral empathy gaps and the American culture war

Dnes, AntonyFlorida Southern UniversityBusiness & Free EnterpriseBehavior, human capital, and the formation of gangs
Dolan, FrederickUniversity of California - BerkeleyRhetoric
Domingos, PedroUniversity of WashingtonComputer Science & Engineering
Downs, DonaldUniversity of WisconsinPolitical ScienceThe Wisconsin fight for academic freedom

Academic freedom: What it is, what it isn’t, and how to tell the difference
Doyle, MayaQuinnipiac UniversitySocial Work
Drela, MarkMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyAeronautics and Astronautics
Dunn, BrianUniversity of OklahomaManagement Information Systems
Dunn, JoshuaUniversity of Colorado at Colorado SpringsPolitical SciencePassing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University
Duntley, JoshuaStockton UniversityCriminal Justice
Dyer, JustinUniversity of MissouriPolitical Science
Eddy, TimothySalem State UniversityPsychology
Edman, LairdNorthwestern CollegePsychology
Elman, MiriamSyracuse UniversityPolitcal ScienceBDS, Free Speech, and Professional Integrity

The Pressure on American Academics to Conform to BDS

Combating Anti-Zionist Antisemitism
Emery, MeaghanUniversity of VermontRomance Languages and Linguistics
Epure, MirceaUniversitat Pompeu FabraEconomics and Business
Erwig, MartinOregon State UniversityComputer Science
Exline, JulieCase Western UniversityPsychology
Fantie, BryanAmerican UniversityPsychology
Feit, NeilSUNY - FredoniaPhilosophy
Felson, RichardPennsylvania State UniversitySociology and CriminologyBlame analysis: Accounting for the behavior of protected groups

Academic apartheid: Segregation in the study of partner violenc

Is violence against women about women or about violence?
Ferall, ChristopherQueen's UniversityEconomics
Ferderer, PeteMacalester CollegeEconomics
Ferrier, WalterUniversity of KentuckyManagement
Fiorella, LoganUniversity of GeorgiaPsychology
Fish, JoelUniversity of Massachusetts - BostonMathematics
Fleischman, DianaUniversity of PortsmouthPsychology
Flier, JeffreyHarvard UniversityMedicine and NeurobiologyHealth care reform: A free market perspective
Flynn, JamesUniversity of OtagoPsychology; Political Science
Ford, LauraUniversity of TulsaChemical EngineeringEffect of a majors-only section of a common course and a rabbit trail of other factors
Forgas, JosephUniversity of New South WalesPsychology
Forman, StevenBaylor UniversityGeosciences
Fortner, RobertPalm Beach Atlantic UniversityCommunication
Freese, JeremyStanford UniversitySociology
Frimer, JeremyUniversity of WinnipegPsychologyLiberals and conservatives rely on common moral foundations when making moral judgments about influential people

Political conservatives’ affinity for obedience to authority is loyal, not blind

Liberals condemn sacrilege too: The harmless desecration of Cerro Torre
Gangestad, StevenUniversity of New MexicoPsychology
Ganz, ScottGeorgia Institute of TechnologyPublic Policy
Garip, FilizCornell UniversitySociology
Garofalo, DavidKennesaw State UniversityPhysics
Garrard, GraemeCardiff UniversityPolitics and International Relations
Garry, MaryanneUniversity of WaikatoPsychology
Garven, JamesBaylor UniversityFinance
Geher, GlennSUNY - New PaltzPsychologyEvolutionary psychology is not evil … and here’s why

Evolution is not relevant to sex differences in humans because I want it that way! Evidence for the politicization of human evolutionary psychology
Gendelman, MicheleLos Angeles City CollegeCinema and Film
George, RobertPrinceton UniversityPoliticsAcademic freedom and the liberal arts
Gerber, DavidSUNY - BuffaloHistoryAmerican Immigration: A Very Short Introduction
Gerson, LloydUniversity of TorontoPhilosophy
Giertz, J. FredUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaEconomics
Gilbert, DanielHarvard UniversityPsychology
Gilley, BrucePortland State UniversityPolitical ScienceChinua Achebe on the positive legacies of colonialism
Gladden, PaulMiddle Georgia State UniversityPsychology
Gohmann, StephanUniversity of LouisvilleEconomics
Goldstein, DaynaTexas A & M University - TexarkanaEnglish
Gomory, TomiFlorida State UniversitySocial Work
Gonzalez, OlympiaLoyola University - ChicagoModern Languages
Goodwin, JeanNorth Carolina State UniversityCommunication; Rhetoric• Walter Lippman, the indispensable opposition in Trained Capacities: John Dewey, Rhetoric, and Democratic Practice

Effective because ethical: Speech act theory as a framework for scientists' communication in Ethics and Practice in Science Communication (forthcoming)
Goodwin, MatthewUniversity of KentPolitics and International Relations
Gorman, Charles AllenEast Tennessee State UniversityManagement and Marketing
Grabowski, MarkAdelphi UniversityCommunicationClinton and Trump gives us little to celebrate this Free Speech Week

Trump win is a lesson for media and academia

• Applying Common Carriage to Network Neutrality in Regulating the Web: Network Neutrality and the Fate of the Open Internet
Granziano, WilliamPurdue UniversityPsychology
Green, TheodoreUniversity of WisconsinCivil and Environmental Engineering
Grewal, AndyUniversity of IowaLaw
Gring, MarkTexas Tech UniversityCommunication; Rhetoric
Grossman, PeterButler UniversityEconomics and Public Policy
Guaiana, GiuseppeWestern UniversityPsychiatry
Guelzo, AllenGettysburg CollegeHistory
Gustafson, AndrewCreighton UniversityMarketing and Management
Hackney, CharlesBriercrest College & SeminaryPsychology
Haidt, JonathanNew York UniversityPsychologyViewpoint diversity in the academy

Political diversity will improve social psychological science

True diversity requires generosity of spirit
Halberstadt, JaminUniversity of OtagoPsychology
Hall, ElizabethBiola UniveristyPsychology
Hallpike, ChristopherMcMaster UniversityAnthropology
Hamer, John FaithfulJohn Abbott CollegeHumanities, Philosophy, & Religion
Hames, RaymondUniversity of Nebraska - LincolnAnthropologyStatement on the Publication of Alice Dreger’s Investigation, Darkness’s Descent on the American Anthropological Association: A Cautionary Tale
Han, Lori CoxChapman UniversityPolitical Science
Hankins, JamesHarvard UniversityHistory
Hardwick, DavidUniversity of British ColumbiaMedicine
Harper, CraigNottingham Trent UniversityPsychology
Harris, ChristineUniversity of California - San DiegoPsychology
Harris, RichardRutgers University - CamdenPolitical Science
Haynor, AnthonySeton Hall UniversitySociology, Anthropology, and Social Work
Heesacker, MartinUniversity of FloridaPsychologyBetter off than we know: Distorted perceptions of incomes and income inequality in America

Let a hundred flowers blossom: Say no to hegemonic professional psychology

Perceptions of U.S. social mobility are divided (and distorted) along ideological lines
Heffernan, RichardThe Open University; University of Notre Dame (visiting)Arts and Social Sciences
Heiden, BruceThe Ohio State UniversityClassicsThe ideology of political science
Heine, StephenUniversity of British ColumbiaPsychology
Helfman, TaraSyracuse UniversityLaw
Henrich, JosephHarvard UniversityHuman Evolutionary Biology
Heriot, GailUniversity of San DiegoLaw
Hicks, StephenRockford UniversityPhilosophyExplaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault

Nietzsche and the Nazis

What Entrepreneurship Can Teach Us All About Life
Hickey, MatthewColorado State UniversityHealth and Exercise Science
Hill, R. KevinPortland State UniversityPhilosophyHow gun talk is misperceived
Hill, SarahTexas Christian UniversityPsychology
Hofmeyer, PhilipMorrisville State CollegeAgricultural Engineering
Hogin, LaurieUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaArt and Design
Holden, RobertOld Dominion UniversityHistory
Hollinger, RobertIowa State UniversityPhilosophy
Holt, AndrewFlorida State College at JacksonvilleSocial and Behavioral Sciences
Homan, KristinGrove City CollegePsychology
Hooper, AmyGettysburg CollegeManagement
Horning, MichaelVirginia TechCommunicationResponding to Charlie Hebdo: Exploring political cartoonists’ reactions and ethics positions following the attacks
Hughes, CharlesChapman UniversityPhilosophy & Religion
Huntington, MarkUniversity of South DakotaFamily Medicine
Hurlbert, StuartSan Diego State UniversityBiologyFrontiers, Immigration, and Political Censorship

American Association for the Advancement of Silence (On National Population Policies) Muffles 'Obnoxious' Canadians Too

A Symposium and a Lake in Multiple Contexts: A Prefatory Essay on Salton Sea Science and Politics
Imber, JonathanWellesley CollegeSociology
Inbar, YoelUniversity of TorontoPsychologyIncreasing ideological tolerance in social psychology

Political diversity in social and personality psychology
Ingram, RobertOhio UniversityHistory
Isham, JonathanMiddlebury CollegeEconomics
Jacka, SaulUniversity of WarwickStatistics
Jackall, RobertWilliams CollegeAnthropology & SociologyMoral Mazes: The World of Corporate Managers

What kind of order?\
Jeffrey, JoeNorthern Illinois UniversityComputer Science
Jenkins, KevinMercer UniversityEducational Leadership
Jockers, MatthewUniversity of Nebraska - LincolnEnglish
Johnson, MarcusAbraham Baldwin Agricultural CollegeEducation
Jones, BenjaminDakota State UniversityHistory
Jones, DougUniversity of UtahAnthropology
Jones, GarettGeorge Mason UniversityEconomics
Jones, JasonHarvard UniversityPsychiatry
Jones, JonathanOxford UniversityPhysicsConspiracist ideation as a predictor of climate-science rejection: An alternative analysis
Jong, JonathanCoventry UniversityPsychology
Jordan, KerryUtah State UniversityPsychology
Juluri, VamseeUniversity of San FranciscoMedia StudiesHinduism and its Culture Wars

The Propaganda War Against Hindus in Academia: A Response to Inside Higher Education
Jussim, LeeRutgers University - New BrunswickPsychologyLiberal privilege in academic psychology and the social sciences.

Social perception and social reality: Why accuracy dominates bias and self-fulfilling prophecy. New York: Oxford University Press.

Political diversity will improve socialpsychological science (with commentaries)
Kaiser, DonnMissouri State UniversityPsychology
Kambhampati, PatMcGill UniversityChemistry
Kapitula, ToddCalvin CollegeMathematics and Statistics
Kashdan, ToddGeorge Mason UniversityPsychology
Katz, JackUniversity of California - Los AngelesSociologyBeyond Academic Freedom
Kaufman, MarkWashburn UniversitySocial Work
Kaufmann, EricBirkbeck CollegePoliticsLiberal ethnicity: Beyond liberal nationalism and minority rights

The rise and fall of Anglo-America

• Whiteshift: the majority response to ethnic transformation in the West (forthcoming)
Keegan, BrianUniversity of Colorado - BoulderInformation Science
Kelly-Woessner, AprilElizabethtown CollegePolitical Science• The New Left and Political Intolerance in "The End of the Experiment"
Kennelly, BrianCalifornia Polytechnic State UniversityModern Languages and Literatures
King, GaryHarvard UniversityPolitical Science
King, RobertUniversity College CorkPsychologyWithout honor: Why banning Uthman Badar was wrong

Alice in blunder land
Klehr, HarveyEmory UniversityPolitical ScienceEmory's administration panders to the forces if illiberalism
Klein, DanGeorge Mason UniversityEconomicsProfessors and their politics: The policy views of social scientists

Groupthink in Academia: Majoritarian Departmental Politics and the Professional Pyramid

The Ph.D. circle in academic economics
Klein, DougUnion CollegeEconomics
Klein, PeterBaylor UniversityEntrepreneurshipWhy intellectuals still support socialism

Culture, entrepreneurship, and innovation: French edition

Critical agrifood scholarship
Kluver, RandyTexas A & MCommunication
Knorpp, WilliamJames Madison UniversityPhilosophy
Kohn, MeirDartmouth CollegeEconomics
Kolasinski, AdamTexas A & MFinance
Koons, RobertUniversity of Texas - AustinPhilosophyPartisan Logic: An Analysis of the Content of American Philosophy Texts

The War of the Three Humanisms: Irving Babbitt and the Revival of Classical Learning
Koritzky, GillyArgosy UniversityPsychology
Kotkin, StephenPrinceton UniversityPublic and International Affairs
Kressel, NeilWilliam Paterson UniversityPsychology“The Sons of Pigs and Apes”: Muslim Antisemitism and the Conspiracy of Silence

The great failure of the anti-racist intellectual community: downplaying contemporary antisemitism

Trends in the psychological study of contemporary antisemitism: conceptual issues and empirical evidence
Kuhle, BarryUniversity of ScrantonPsychology
Kuhn, DeannaColumbia UniversityPsychology & Education
Kupfer, CharlesPennsylvania State University - HarrisburgHistoryAmerican studies: A sad tale of academic decline

Public heritage as program strength
Lahti, DavidQueens College - City University of New YorkBiology
Lamb, RamdasUniversity of HawaiiReligion
Larson, CraigVirginia Commonwealth UniversityMathematics and Applied Mathematics
Lawler, PeterBerry CollegePolitical ScienceAmerican Heresies and Higher Education

Truly Higher Education
Learmonth, AmyWilliam Patterson UniversityPsychology
LeBar, MarkFlorida State UniversityPhilosophy
Legare, CristineUniversity of Texas - AustinPsychology
LeGrand, RobAngelo State UniversityComputer Science
Lehman, DarrinUniversity of British ColumbiaPsychology
Lehner, AlbertUniversity of FukuiGlobal and Community Studies
Leiser, DavidBen-Gurion University of the NegevPsychologyDiffering conceptions of the causes of the economic crisis: Effects of culture, economic training, and personal impact
Levin, DanielMinnesota State University - MankatoAccounting & Business LawPromises of confidentiality to news sources after Cohen v. Cowles Media Company: A survey of newspaper editors

Undercover reporters, tort law, and the first amendment: Food Lion v. ABC and the future of surreptitious newsgathering
Lewis, DavidMurdoch UniversityPsychology
Lewis, MichaelWilliams CollegeArt
Lieberman, MatthewUniversity of California - Los AngelesPsychology
Lillard, AngelineUniversity of VirginiaPsychology
Lilienfeld, ScottEmory UniversityPsychologyCan psychology become a science?

Lack of political diversity and the framing of findings in personality and clinical psychology

Giving debiasing away: Can psychological research on correcting cognitive errors promote human welfare?
Lilla, MarkColumbia UniversityHistoryTaking the Right Seriously
Lipschultz, Jeremy HarrisUniversity of Nebraska - OmahaCoomunicationFree Expression in the Age of the Internet

Social Media Communication: Concepts, Practices, Data, Law and Ethics
Lipson, CharlesUniversity of ChicagoPolitical Science
Livingston, KenVassar CollegePsychology
London, WilliamCalifornia State University - Los AngelesPublic Health
Loury, GlennBrown UniversityEconomicsInterview with John McWhorter (video)

Short Essays on Affirmative Action and Other Race-Related Topics
Love, BettyUniversity of Nebraska - OmahaMathematics
Lowenstein, MarcCalifornia Institute of the ArtsMusic
Lukaszewski, AaronCalifornia State University - FullertonPsychology
Luther, KurtVirginia TechComputer Science
Lynn, MichaelCornell UniversityHotel Administration
Lyons, ScottUniversity of MichiganEnglish
MacCoun, RobertStanford UniversityLaw; PsychologyBiases in the interpretation and use of research results

Citizens’ perceptions of ideological bias in research on public policy controversies

The epistemic contract: Fostering appropriate public trust in experts
Machluf, KarinPennsylvania State University - Worthington ScrantonPsychology
Mack, KeenanIllinois CollegeBiology
Mackiewicz, JoIowa State UniversityEnglish
MacMullan, TerranceEastern Washington UniversityPhilosophy• Jon Stewart: The new and improved public intellectual in The Ultimate Daily Show and Philosophy: More Moments of Zen, More Indecision Theory
Malkan, MatthewUniversity of California - Los AngelesPhysics & Astronomy
Mandel, NaomiArizona State UniversityMarketing
Manning, JasonWest Virginia UniversitySociologyMicroaggression and moral culture

Campus culture wars and the sociology of morality
Manson, JosephUniversity of California - Los AngelesAnthropology
Maratos-Flier, EleftheriaHarvard UniversityMedicineHealthcare reform: A free market perspective
Marcy, RichardUniversity of VictoriaPsychology; Public and Non-Profit Leadership & Management
Markson, LoriWashington University in St. LouisPsychology
Martin, ChrisEmory UniversitySociologyHow ideology has hindered sociological insight
Martin, RobertTexas Women's UniversityLibrary & Information Studies
Mashek, DebraHarvey Mudd CollegeSocial Psychology
Masters, WilliamTufts UniversityEconomicsToward an ethical economics of food policy

Keeping eggs affordable: The case against Massachusetts ballot question 3
Mather, RobertUniversity of Central OklahomaPsychologyThe ideology of social psychology: A rare conservative social psychologist

Embracing the Right: American Conservatism can save social psychology from irrelevance

Building a politically tolerant social psychological science: Critical thinking, bias correction, and American Conservatism
Matheson, CraigFlinders UniversityPolitics and Public Policy
Matthews, PaulUniversity of NottinghamMathematicsWhy are some people skeptical about climate change? Some insights from blog comments
Mayhall, MargueriteKean UniversityFine Arts
McAleer, SeanUniversity of Wisconsin - Eau ClairePhilosophy and Religious Studies
McCallum, WilliamUniversity of ArizonaMathematics
McGinnis, JohnNorthwestern UniversityLawThe patterns and implications of political contributions by law school faculty

Political diversity at universities could help temper polarization

McGraw, Barbara A.Saint Mary's College of CaliforniaCenter for Engaged Religious PluralismRediscovering America's Sacred Ground: Public Religion and Pursuit of the Good in a Pluralistic America

Taking Religious Pluralism Seriously Spiritual Politics on America's Sacred Ground

Religious pluralism at the crossroads in The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Politics in the U.S.
McGrogan, DavidNorthumbria UniversityLaw
McGuirk, JamesUniversity of NordlandPhilosophy
McIntosh, DanielSlippery Rock UniversityPolitical Science
McIntyre, KennethSam Houston State UniversityPolitical ScienceLiberal education and the teleological question; Or why should a dentist read Chaucer?

• Prejudice, tradition, and the critique of ideology: Gadamer and Oakeshott on Practical Reason in "Praxis and Politik - Michael Oakeshott im Dialog"

• One hand clapping: The reception of Michael Oakeshott’s work by American conservatives in "The Meanings of Michael Oakeshott's Conservatism"
McIntyre, KevinMcDaniel CollegeEconomics and Business
McLaughlin, Anne MarieUniversity of CalgarySocial Work
McMahon, DarrinDartmouth CollegeHistory
McPherson, DavidCreighton UniversityPhilosophy
McWhorter, JohnColumbia UniversityLinguisticsAntiracism: Our new flawed religion

The privilege of checking White privilege
Michalski, JosephKing's University College - Western UniversitySociology
Michels, CorinneCUNY - Queens CollegeBiology
Mickey, RobertUniversity of MichiganPolitical Science
Miller, AnnUniversity of Central FloridaCommunication
Miller, GeoffreyUniversity of New MexicoPsychologyTesting the controversy: An empirical examination of adaptationists’ attitudes towards politics and science

Trauma and sex surveys meet minimal risk standards: Implications for Institutional Review Boards

Do some students need special protection from research on sex and trauma? New evidence for young adult resilience in “sensitive topics” research
Miller, Patrick LeeDuquense UniversityPhilosophy• Performing Plato's Forms in Resemblance and Reality in Greek Thought

Truth in the Age of Trump
Miller, RichardUniversity of North CarolinaPhilosophy
Mills, MichaelLoyola Marymount UniversityPsychologyThe two professions that get to tell the truth: Scientists and humorists

The case against censorship: Should black women being thanking Satoshi Kanazawa
Minowitz, PeterSanta Clara UniversityPolitical ScienceRescuing "diversity" from affirmative action and campus activists

Straussophobia: Defending Leo Strauss and Straussians against Shadia Drury and Other Accusers

Straussophobia: Six questions for Peter Minowitz
Mishra, SandeepUniversity of ReginaBusiness Administration
Montgomery-Smith, StephenUniversity of MissouriMathematics
Moore, JamesUniversity of Southern CaliforniaCivil & Environmental Engineering
Morris, ThomasUniversity of ConnecticutPlant Science and Landscape Architecture
Morrós, JordiUniversity of BarcelonaBusiness
Moscoso del Prado, FerminUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraLinguistics
Moshier, M. AndrewChapman UniversityMathematics & Computer Science
Motyl, MattUniversity of Illinois - ChicagoPsychology
Muller, JerryCatholic University of AmericaHistory
Mulvaney, MatthewSyracuse UniversityHuman Development & Family Science
Murphy, JonathanDublin Business SchoolPsychology
Munger, MichaelDuke UniversityPolitical ScienceOur higher education system fails leftist students

How white privilege could explain everything about Donald Trump’s success
Muñoz, Vincent PhillipUniversity of Notre DamePolitical Science
Murg, BradleySeattle Pacific UniversityPolitical Science
Murray, BruceAuburn UniversityCurriculum and Teaching
Murray, JohnRhodes CollegeEconomics
Napier, StephenVillanova UniversityPhilosophy
Navarrete, Carlos DavidMichigan State UniversityPsychology
Neaman, ElliotUniversity of San FranciscoHistoryFree Radicals: Agitators, Hippies, Urban Guerrillas, and Germany’s Youth Revolt of the 1960s and 1970s
Nechtman, TillmanSkidmore CollegeHistory
Nelson, Andrew PatrickMontana State UniversityFilm
Nelson, CharlesUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaAgricultural and Consumer Economics
New, MichaelAve Maria UniversityEconomicsConservatives in the closet
Newhill, ChristinaUniversity of PittsburghSocial Work
Nichols, CurtBaylor UniversityPolitical ScienceExecutive behavior and the influence of religious factors: Evidence from gubernatorial State of the State addresses, 2000-2013
Nielsen, MichaelGeorgia Southern UniversityPsychology
Njus, DavidLuther CollegePsychology
Noam, EliColumbia UniversityFinance & Economics
Noorlander, DannySUNY - OneontaHistory
Nosek, BrianUniversity of VirginiaPsychologyLiberals and conservatives rely on different sets of moral foundations

Motivated independence? Implicit party identity predicts political judgments among self-proclaimed independents

Promoting an open research culture
Obrecht, NatalieWilliam Patterson UniversityPsychology
Ochs, MichaelThe College of New JerseyMathematics and Statistics
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Psychology's War on Religion

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Apocalypse of the therapeutic: The death of desire in the cabin in the woods
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Education, social attitudes and social participation among adults in Britain

Social Radicalism and Liberal Education
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Rodríguez Braun, CarlosUniversidad Complutense de MadridEconomics
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Rosand, JonathanHarvard UniversityMedicine
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Roundy, PaulSUNY - AlbanyAtmospheric & Environmental Sciences
Routledge, ClayNorth Dakota State UniversityPsychologyWe Champion Racial, Gender and Cultural Diversity--Why Not Viewpoint Diversity?
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No compromise: Political consequences of moralized attitude

Gaffe appeal: A field experiment on partisan selective exposure to election message

Saad, GadConcordia UniversityMarketingProgressives and Diversity: An Unhealthy Relationship

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Intellectual Diversity on American University Campuses
Sachs, LeonUniversity of KentuckyModern and Classical LanguagesThe Pedagogical Imagination: The Republican Legacy in Twenty-First-Century French Literature and Film

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After Just Schools: The equality-difference paradox and conflicting varieties of liberal hope

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Glory and Honor: Orthodox Christian Resources on Marriage
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Stater, VictorLouisiana State UniversityHistory
Steinberg, LaurenceTemple UniversityPsychology
Stephenson, WendellFresno City CollegeLetters
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Can high moral purpose undermine scientific integrity?

The politics of social psychological science: Distortions in the social psychology of intergroup relations
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Sex differences: Proof of sexism or a sign of social health?
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Strauss, BarryCornell UniversityHistory
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Taylor, FlaggSkidmore CollegePolitical Science
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Terbeck, SylivaUniversity of PlymouthPsychology
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Would Jesse Jackson “Fail” the Implicit Association Test?

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Can race be erased?: Coalitional computation and social categorization

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Aggression and violence around the world: A model of CLimate, Aggression, and Self-control in Humans (CLASH)
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Sexual orientation, controversy and science
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Waugh, CharlesUniversity of MianeCommunication; Psychology
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On not dreaming of affirmative action

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Welter, Volker M.University of California - Santa BarbaraHistory
White, ClaireCalifornia State University - NorthridgePsychology
Wilder, DavidRutgers University - New BrunswickPsychology
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Ecopragmatics
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Zigerell, LawrenceIllinois State UniversityPolitical Science
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