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.”

While we are diverse in our politics and in our academic fields, we have come together to improve the academy by enhancing viewpoint diversity and the conditions that encourage free inquiry. The Heterodox Academy executive committee, advisory board and other personnel are listed here.

Professors, adjunct professors, and post-docs are listed in the table below. Our graduate student affiliate members are listed here.


Click on any column header to sort by that column. Status (T = Tenured / TT = Tenure-Track / E = Emeritus / PD = Postdoctoral Researcher)

 

NameSchoolDepartmentStatusSelected Publications
Abbot, DorianUniversity of ChicagoGeophysical SciencesT
Abeles, TomUniversity of LouisvilleEnvironmental SciencesE
Abrams, SamSarah Lawrence CollegePolitical ScienceTProfessors moved left since 1990s, the rest of the country did not
Addante, RichardCalifornia State University - San BernadinoPsychologyTT
Adelman, JonathanUniversity of DenverInternational StudiesT
Adler, JonathanCase Western Reserve UniversityLawT
Agarwal, RajshreeUniversity of MarylandManagement & OrganizationsTConfessions of a Silenced Professor
A Faustian bargain? The growth of management and its relationship with related disciplines
Albouy, DavidUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaEconomicsTT
Albrecht, MarcUniversity of Nebraska - KearneyBiologyT
Alevli, MustafaMarmara UniversityPhysicsT
Alexander, GerardUniversity of VirginiaPolitical ScienceTReal academic diversity
Alexander, LoisUniversity of Michigan - FlintMusicT
Allen, BrookeBennington CollegeLiteratureT
Allen, PaulConcordia UniversityTheological StudiesT
Allison, LeeEastern Kentucky UniversityManagement, Marketing & International BusinessTT
Al-Shawaf, LaithBilkent University (Turkey)PsychologyT
Amaral, PedroCalifornia State University - FresnoPhilosophyT
Amsel, LawrenceColumbia UniversityPsychiatryTTThere is nothing to fear but the amygdala: Applying advances in the neuropsychiatry of fear to public policy
What is wrong with rational suicide
The psychology of ongoing threat: Relative risk appraisal, the September 11, 2001 attacks, and terrorism-related fears
Anderson, DerekNorthern Michigan UniversityEducationTT
Angeleri, RominaUniversity of New MexicoPsychology
Angle, JustinUniversity of MontanaManagement and MarketingTTActivating stereotypes with brand imagery: The role of viewer political identity
Anomaly, JonathanUniversity of ArizonaPolitical ScienceMonks in High Towers: A plea to our fellow academics
Anthony, KellyUniversity of Waterloo (Canada)Public Health and Health SystemsT
Aquino, KarlUniversity of British Columbia (Canada)Marketing and Behavioral ScienceTWhat 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 UniversityEconomicsT
Argamon, ShlomoIllinois Institute of TechnologyComputer ScienceT
Armour, KyleUniversity of WashingtonAtmospheric SciencesTT
Armus, SethSt. Joseph's CollegeHistoryT
Arnold, BruceThe Ohio State UniversityEducationPD
Arnold, SamuelTexas Christian UniversityPolitical ScienceTT
Aron, RaviJohns Hopkins UniversityInformation SystemsTT
Aronson, JoshuaNew York UniversityApplied PsychologyT
Arrunada, BenitoPompeu Fabra University (Spain)EconomicsT
Asher, LyellLewis & Clark CollegeEnglishT• Low definition in higher education
Atkinson, QuentinUniversity of Auckland (New Zealand)PsychologyT
Atlas, ScottStanford UniversityHoover InstitutionRestoring Quality Health Care: A Six Point Plan for Comprehensive Reform at Lower Cost
In Excellent Health: Setting the Record Straight on America’s Health Care
Austin, MichaelEastern Kentucky UniversityPhilosophy and ReligionT
Austin, PeterSt. Edwards UniversityUniversity StudiesT
Azorlosa, JulianWest Chester UniversityPsychologyT
Bacharach, VerneAppalachian State UniversityPsychologyERacial and gender science achievement gaps in secondary education
Direct and indirect effects of maternal intelligence, maternal age, income, and home environment on intelligence of preterm, low-birth-weight children
Bailey, DrewUniversity of California - IrvineEducationTT
Bailey, MichaelNorthwestern UniversityPsychologyTThe 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
Baker, H. RobertGeorgia State UniversityHistory; Political ScienceT
Baker, HunterUnion UniversityPolitical ScienceTT
Baldwin, JayAbraham Baldwin Agricultural CollegeCommunication; EnglishTT
Bale, JeffreyMiddlebury Institute of International Studies at MontereyNonproliferation and Terrorism StudiesT
Bambauer, JaneUniversity of ArizonaLawTT
Bankston, CarlTulane UniversitySociologyTSocial 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 LeadershipT
Bardwell, KedronSimpson CollegePolitical ScienceT
Bare, WilliamRandolph CollegeChemistryT
Barnes, CollinHillsdale CollegePsychologyTTA Conservative Response to the Problems in Social Psychology
Barr, JohnLone Star CollegeSocial Sciences and HumanitiesTLoathing 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 UniversityPsychologyT
Basile, AnthonyD'Youville CollegeBiology & MathematicsT
Bates, TimUniversity of Edinburgh (UK)PsychologyT
Bauerlein, MarkEmory UniversityEnglishTLiberal Groupthink is Anti-Intellectual
Baumann, FredKenyon CollegePolitical ScienceTSex and Philosophy in the 21st Century
Liberal Education and Liberal Democracy
Baumeister, RoyFlorida State UniversityPsychologyT
Beall, StephenMarquette UniversityForeign Languages & LiteraturesT
Beckwith, FrancisBaylor UniversityPhilosophyTLearning, Dialogue, and the Responsibility of the Listener
The Truth is Rarely Safe
Are You Politically Correct? Debating America's Culture Standards
Beech, MattUniversity of HullLaw and PoliticsT
Bell, MacalesterBryn Mawr CollegePhilosophyT
Beneke, ChristopherBentley UniversityHistoryT
Ben-Gad, MichaelCity University of London (UK)EconomicsT
Bengson, JesseSonoma State UniversityPsychologyTT
Bennett, MichaelCurry CollegeBusiness ManagementT
Benson, SeanUniversity of DubuqueEnglishTHeterodox Shakespeare
"Like monsters of the deep": Transworld depravity and King Lear
Short shrift?: Religion and materialist criticism
Benveniste, LawrenceEmory UniversityFinanceT
Berente, NicholasUniversity of GeorgiaManagement Information SystemsT
Bergerud, EricLincoln UniversityGeneral EducationT
Bergman, JayCentral Connecticut State UniversityHistoryTLiberal colleges need a different kind of diversity
CCSU, other universities, should educate, not indoctrinate, students
Brandeis and double standards
Bergstrom, BjornPacific UniversityPsychologyTT
Bertini, EnricoNew York UniversityComputer Science & EngineeringTT
Bindewald, BenOklahoma State UniversityEducationTT
Bird, David W.St. Mary's College of CaliforniaWorld Languages and CulturesT
Bisel, RyanUniversity of OklahomaCommunicationT
Bittick, RobinSam Houston State UniversityPolitical ScienceT
Blackwell, KatharineSalem CollegePsychologyTT
Blanco, PhilipGrossmont CollegePhysics and AstronomyT
Block, JamesUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraEducationT
Bök, ChristianCharles Darwin UniversityCreative Arts and HumanitiesT
Bonevac, DanielUniversity of Texas - AustinPhilosophyT• Leviathan U. in "The Imperiled Academy"
What Multiculturalism Should Not Be
Manifestations of Illiberalism in Philosophy
Bourrat, PierrickMacquarie University (Australia)PhilosophyPD
Boutwell, BrianSt. Louis UniversityCriminology and Criminal JusticeT
Bowles, SuzanneWilliam Paterson UniversityHistoryT
Boyer, PascalWashington University in St. LouisAnthropologyT
Bradley, StevenBaylor UniversityEntrepreneurshipTInstitutions, economic freedom, and entrepreneurship: The contribution of management scholarship
The influence of tax and regulatory policies on entrepreneurs’ opportunity evaluation decisions
Bradshaw, DavidUniversity of KentuckyPhilosophyT
Brahm, GabrielNorthern Michigan UniversityEnglishTThe 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
Braun, MaryDartmouth CollegeCommunity and Family Medicine
Breuning, LorettaCalifornia State University - East BayManagementEWhy 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 Auckland (New Zealand)StatisticsTWhat experts do and don't know
Brint, StevenUniversity of California - RiversideSociologyTMerit 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
Broaders, SaraNorthwestern UniversityPsychology
Brodwin, PaulUniversity of Wisconsin - MilwaukeeAnthropologyT
Brown, CandyIndiana UniversityReligious StudiesT
Brown, JoshuaIndiana UniversityPsychologyT
Brown, RyanPardee RAND Graduate SchoolAnthropologyT
Brubaker, StanleyColgate UniversityPolitical ScienceTMissing Diversity at Colgate: Lack of Conservative Faculty Stifles Intellectual Debate
Bruening, MichaelMissouri S & THistory and Political ScienceTA Reformation Source Book: Documents From an Age of Debate
Bryan, ScottQueensland University of Technology (Australia)Earth SciencesT
Brynjolfsson, ErikMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyManagerial EconomicsTTCould 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 SocietyT
Buckareff, AndreiMarist CollegePhilosophy and Religious StudiesT
Bulakowski, PaulUniversity of California - BerkeleyEducationT
Bulbulia, JosephVictoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)Religious StudiesT
Buntman, FranGeorge Washington UniversityGovernment
Burlingame, MichaelUniversity of Illinois - SpringfieldHistoryT
Burnett, OmerUniversity of Alabama - BirminghamRadiation OncologyTT
Burroughs, JamesUniversity of VirginiaCommerceT
Burson, ScottIndiana Wesleyan UniversityTheology and Philosophy
Burton, RodneyUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaAerospace EngineeringE
Bushman, BradThe Ohio State UniversityPsychologyT
Buss, DavidUniversity of Texas - AustinPsychologyT• 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 Nordland (Norway)Education & ArtsT
Cadigan, RobertBoston UniversitySociologyT
Caldwell, BruceDuke UniversityEconomics
Callanan, GerardWest Chester UniversityManagementT
Camosy, CharlesFordham UniversityTheologyTPeter 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 AngelesSociologyTMicroaggression and Moral Cultures
Campus Culture Wars and the Sociology of Morality
Purity and Tolerance: The Contradictory Morality of College Campuses
Campbell, JamesSUNY - BuffaloPolitical ScienceTPolarized: Making Sense of a Divided America
Campbell, W. KeithUniversity of GeorgiaPsychologyT
Cantu, EdwardUniversity of Missouri - Kansas CityLawT
Carden, ArtSamford UniversityEconomics, Finance, and Quantitative AnalysisT
Cardus, SalvadorUniversitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain)SociologyT
Cargill, KimaUniversity of WashingtonPsychologyT
Carmichael, LorneQueen's University at Kingston (Canada)EconomicsEMale-female imbalance in STEM comes down to economics
Carter, NicholasHarvard UniversityAnthropologyPD
Casey, TerrenceRose-Hulman Institute of TechnologyHumanities and Social SciencesTAcademics need to understand the countries in which they live
Casper, ChristianUniversity of MichiganTechnical Communication
Castelino, MarkRutgers University - NewarkFinance; EconomicsT
Caswell, T. AndrewGannon UniversityPsychologyTT
Cavenagh, ThomasNorth Central CollegeLeadership, Ethics, and ValuesT
Cesario, JosephMichigan State UniversityPsychologyT
Chalmers, JeffreyThe Ohio State UniversityChemical EngineeringT
Chance, ZoeYale UniversityMarketingTT
Chapin, ChristyUniversity of Maryland - Baltimore CountyHistoryT
Charbonneau, FrancoisUniversity of Ottawa (Canada)Political StudiesT
Cheit, RossBrown UniversityPolitical ScienceTTFree expression matters
Cheng, YangyangCornell UniversityPhysicsPD
Chiu, YvonneUniversity of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)Political ScienceTIs Hong Kong Setting the Example That Democracy is Possible Everywhere?
Choi, Young BackSt. John's UniversityEconomicsT
Christakis, NicholasYale UniversitySociologyTConnected: 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
Cislaghi, BenLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK)Global Health and DevelopmentTT
Citrin, JackUniversity of California - BerkeleyPolitical ScienceTAmerican Identity and the Politics of Multiculturalism
Clifton, AllanVassar CollegePsychologyT
Cloud, JaimeWestern Oregon UniversityPsychologyT
Cloud, MarkLock Haven UniversityPsychologyTT
Coan, JamesUniversity of VirginiaPsychologyT
Cochran, JamesIowa State UniversityPhysics and AstronomyT
Cohen, Andrew JasonGeorgia State UniversityPhilosophyTToleration

Cohen, EliotJohns Hopkins UniversityInternational Studies; Strategic StudiesT
Coldwell, DouglasUniversity of LouisvilleRadiologyTT
Collard, MarkSimon Fraser University (Canada)ArchaeologyT
Collett, TeresaUniversity of St. ThomasLawT
Collins, SusanUniversity of Notre DamePolitical ScienceT
Condon, JamesNational Radio Astronomy ObservatoryAstronomy
Conklin, JamesConcordia University (Canada)Applied Human SciencesT
Conlon, JosephOxford UniversityPhysicsTWhy Viewpoint Diversity Also Matters in the Hard Sciences

Connolly, ShannonMissouri Southern State UniversityModern LanguagesTT
Cooke, MartinUniversity of Waterloo (Canada)SociologyT
Cooper, EricIowa State UniversityPsychologyT
Cordes, SaraBoston CollegePsychologyT
Cosares, StevenLaguardia Community CollegeMathematics, Engineering and Computer ScienceT
Cosmides, LedaUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraPsychologyTEvolutionary psychology, moral heuristics, and the law
Formidability and the logic of human anger
Cost, FrankRochester Institute of TechnologyPhotographic Arts and SciencesT
Costrell, RobertUniversity of ArkansasEducation and EconomicsTLetter from Prof. Robert M. Costrell to the Chancellor and Vice Chancellor of the U. of Arkansas Regarding the Disinvitation of Prof. Phyllis Chesler
Discipline-Based Economic Standards
Coulson, MarkMiddlesex University (UK)PsychologyT
Cox, AnthonyUniversity of BirminghamPharmacyT
Cunningham, AnneUniversity of California - BerkeleyEducationT
Cunningham, WilliamUniversity of Toronto (Canada)PsychologyT
Curry, JudithGeorgia Institute of TechnologyClimate ScienceTScientists and motivated reasoning
We are all confident idiots
Cushman, ThomasWellesley CollegeSociologyTThe 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 MississippiPsychologyT
Dalziel, JamesMorling CollegeEducationTUniversities, 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 ScienceT
Davenport, CoryUniversity of MarylandPsychology
Davies, LloydWestern Kentucky UniversityEnglishT
Davies, PaulCollege of William and MaryPhilosophyT
Davies, ScottUniversity of Toronto (Canada)Leadership, Higher and Adult EducationTDrifting apart? The institutional dynamics awaiting public sociology in Canada
Mistaken Identities: The Second Wave of Controversy over "Political Correctness
Leaps of faith: Shifting currents in critical sociology of education
Davis, EricRutgers University - New BrunswickPolitical ScienceT"10 Conceptual Sins" in Analyzing Middle East Politics
Davis, JohnBaylor UniversityMathematicsT
Davis, ReedSeattle Pacific UniversityPolitical ScienceT
Davis, ShawnPacific UniversityPsychologyT
Dawood, KhytamPennsylvania State UniversityAnthropology
Debierre, VincentMax Planck Institute (Germany)PhysicsPD
De Block, AndreasUniversity of Leuven (Belgium)PhilosophyT
Del Giudice, MarcoUniversity of New MexicoPsychologyTT
Demetriou, DanUniversity of Minnesota - MorrisPhilosophyTThere'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
Derne, SteveSUNY - GeneseoSociologyT
Desrochers, PierreUniversity of TorontoGeographyT
Dewsbury, BryanUniversity of Rhode IslandBiological SciencesT
De Young, RaymondUniversity of MichiganEnvironment and SustainabilityT
de Zamaroczy, NicholasJindal Global University (India)International AffairsTT
Diehl, ScottRutgers University of Medicine and DentistryOral BiologyT
Dillon, JamesColumbia UniversityLawPD
Ditto, PeterUniversity of California - IrvinePsychologyT• Moral empathy gaps and the American culture war
Dixon, RuthUniversity of OxfordGovernmentThe focus on better communicating certain ‘truths’ is misplaced: Academics must improve their emotional literacy
Dnes, AntonyFlorida Southern UniversityBusiness & Free EnterpriseTBehavior, human capital, and the formation of gangs
Dolan, FrederickUniversity of California - BerkeleyRhetoricE
Domingos, PedroUniversity of WashingtonComputer Science & EngineeringT
Downs, DonaldUniversity of WisconsinPolitical ScienceTThe Wisconsin fight for academic freedom
Academic freedom: What it is, what it isn’t, and how to tell the difference
Free Speech Is More Threatened Than Ever and We Must Respond
Doyle, MayaQuinnipiac UniversitySocial WorkTT
Dratz, EdwardMontana State UniversityChemistryT
Drela, MarkMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyAeronautics and AstronauticsT
Dulio, DavidOakland UniversityPolitical ScienceT
Dunn, BrianUniversity of OklahomaManagement Information SystemsTT
Dunn, JoshuaUniversity of Colorado at Colorado SpringsPolitical ScienceTPassing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University
Duntley, JoshuaStockton UniversityCriminal JusticeT
Dykman, CharleneUniversity of St. Thomas - HoustonManagementT
Dyckman, ThomasCornell UniversityStatistics; ManagementE
Dyer, JustinUniversity of MissouriPolitical ScienceT
Eddy, TimothySalem State UniversityPsychologyT
Edman, LairdNorthwestern CollegePsychologyT
Elman, MiriamSyracuse UniversityPolitcal ScienceTBDS, Free Speech, and Professional Integrity
The Pressure on American Academics to Conform to BDS
Combating Anti-Zionist Antisemitism
El-Rouayheb, KhaledHarvard UniversityNear Eastern Languages and CivilizationsT
Emery, MeaghanUniversity of VermontRomance Languages and LinguisticsT
Ent, MichaelTowson UniversityPsychologyTT
Epure, MirceaUniversitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)Economics and BusinessTT
Erwig, MartinOregon State UniversityComputer ScienceT
Exline, JulieCase Western UniversityPsychologyT
Evans, LarryCollege of William and MaryGovernmentT
Fairchild, MichaelPrinceton UniversityMechanical and Aerospace EngineeringPD
Fantie, BryanAmerican UniversityPsychologyT
Feinstein, MarkHampshire CollegeCognitive ScienceT
Feit, NeilSUNY - FredoniaPhilosophyT
Fekete, BalazsCity College of New YorkCivil EngineeringTTSome Back Of The Envelope Calculations About Energy
Crystal balls into the future: are global circulation and water balance models ready?
Fels, TonyUniversity of San FranciscoHistoryT• Switching Sides: How a Generation of Historians Lost Sympathy for the Victims of the Salem Witch Hunt (forthcoming 2017)
Felson, RichardPennsylvania State UniversitySociology and CriminologyTBlame 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?
Feltham, ColinSheffield Hallam University (UK)Development & SocietyE
Ferall, ChristopherQueen's University (Canada)EconomicsT
Ferderer, PeteMacalester CollegeEconomicsT
Ferrier, WalterUniversity of KentuckyManagementT
Fiamengo, JaniceUniversity of Ottawa (Canada)EnglishT
Fiedler, BrianUniversity of OklahomaMeteorologyT
Fiore, RobinUniversity of MiamiInstitute of Bioethics
Fiorella, LoganUniversity of GeorgiaPsychologyTT
Fish, JoelUniversity of Massachusetts - BostonMathematicsTT
Fisher, TimothyUniversity of ConnecticutLawT
Flanagan, OwenDuke UniversityPhilosophyTThe Geography of Morals: Varieties of Moral Possibility
Fleischman, DianaUniversity of PortsmouthPsychologyT
Flier, JeffreyHarvard UniversityMedicine and NeurobiologyTHealth care reform: A free market perspective
Flor, NickUniversity of New MexicoMarketing, Information Systems, Information Assurance, & Operations ManagementT
Flynn, JamesUniversity of Otago (New Zealand)Psychology; Political ScienceT
Fontana, Josep M.Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)Translation and Language SciencesT
Forcese, CraigUniversity of Ottawa (Canada)LawT
Ford, LauraUniversity of TulsaChemical EngineeringTEffect of a majors-only section of a common course and a rabbit trail of other factors
Ford, PhilIndiana UniversityMusicT
Forgas, JosephUniversity of New South Wales (Australia)PsychologyT
Forman, StevenBaylor UniversityGeosciencesT
Fortner, RobertPalm Beach Atlantic UniversityCommunicationT
Frank, RobertCornell UniversityEconomicsT
Frazier, PatriciaDublin Business School (Ireland)Humanities and Social SciencesT
Frazier, R. LeeFort Lewis CollegeExercise ScienceT
Frederick, DonaldHarvard UniversityPsychologyPD
Freese, JeremyStanford UniversitySociologyT
Frimer, JeremyUniversity of WinnipegPsychologyTTLiberals 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
Frolov, SergeSouthern Methodist UniversityReligious StudiesT
Fynbo, JohanUniversity of CopehagenNiels Bohr InstituteT
Gangestad, StevenUniversity of New MexicoPsychologyT
Ganz, ScottGeorgia Institute of TechnologyPublic PolicyTT
Garip, FilizCornell UniversitySociologyT
Garnett, RichardUniversity of Notre DameLawTThe Story of Henry Adams' Soul: Education and the Expression of Associations
The Worms and the Octopus: Religious Freedom, Pluralism, and Conservatism
The Freedom of the Church: (Toward) an Exposition, Translation, and Defense
Garofalo, DavidKennesaw State UniversityPhysicsTT
Garrard, GraemeCardiff University (UK)Politics and International RelationsT
Garry, MaryanneUniversity of Waikato (New Zealand)PsychologyT
Garven, JamesBaylor UniversityFinanceT
Geher, GlennSUNY - New PaltzPsychologyTEvolutionary 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
Gehring, WilliamUniversity of MichiganPsychologyT
Gendelman, MicheleLos Angeles City CollegeCinema and FilmTT
George, RobertPrinceton UniversityPoliticsTAcademic freedom and the liberal arts
Gerber, DavidSUNY - BuffaloHistoryEAmerican Immigration: A Very Short Introduction
Gerson, LloydUniversity of TorontoPhilosophyT
Gibson, JamesCalifornia State University - Long BeachSociologyE
Giertz, J. FredUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaEconomicsE
Gilbert, DanielHarvard UniversityPsychologyT
Gillen, AndrewJohns Hopkins UniversityAdvanced Academic Programs
Gilley, BrucePortland State UniversityPolitical ScienceTChinua Achebe on the positive legacies of colonialism
Gladden, PaulMiddle Georgia State UniversityPsychologyT
Glosser, SusanLewis & Clark CollegeHistoryT
Glover, AndrewRoyal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia)Media and CommunicationPDOn The Role Of A Chief Social Scientist: A Response
Goetz, AaronCalifornia State University - FullertonPsychologyT
Gohmann, StephanUniversity of LouisvilleEconomicsT
Goldstein, DaynaTexas A & M University - TexarkanaEnglishTT
Gomory, TomiFlorida State UniversitySocial WorkT
Gonzalez, OlympiaLoyola University - ChicagoModern LanguagesT
Goodwin, JeanNorth Carolina State UniversityCommunication; RhetoricT• 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 Kent (UK)Politics and International RelationsT
Gorlin, EugeniaBoston UniversityPsychologyPD
Gorman, Charles AllenEast Tennessee State UniversityManagement and MarketingTT
Grabowski, MarkAdelphi UniversityCommunicationTClinton 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 UniversityPsychologyT
Gray, PatrickDurham University (United Kingdom)English StudiesT
Green, TheodoreUniversity of WisconsinCivil and Environmental EngineeringT
Greene, JayUniversity of ArkansasEducationT
Grewal, AndyUniversity of IowaLawT
Gring, MarkTexas Tech UniversityCommunication; RhetoricT
Grossman, MattMichigan State UniversityPolitical ScienceTIdeological Republicans and group interest Democrats: The asymmetry of American party politics
How information became ideological
Asymmetric Politics: Ideological Republicans and Group Interest Democrats
Grossman, PeterButler UniversityEconomics and Public PolicyT
Guaiana, GiuseppeWestern UniversityPsychiatryT
Guelzo, AllenGettysburg CollegeHistoryT
Gusso, HelderFederal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil)PsychologyT
Gustafson, AndrewCreighton UniversityMarketing and ManagementT
Hackney, CharlesBriercrest College & SeminaryPsychologyTT
Haidt, JonathanNew York UniversityBusiness and SocietyTViewpoint diversity in the academy
Political diversity will improve social psychological science
True diversity requires generosity of spirit
Halberstadt, JaminUniversity of Otago (New Zealand)PsychologyT
Hall, DanielUniversity of PittsburghMedicineTTCan physicians' care be neutral regarding religion?
Regarding Plan B: science and politics cannot be separated
Strangers or friends? A proposal for a new spirituality-in-medicine ethic
Hall, ElizabethBiola UniveristyPsychologyT
Hall, LaurenRochester Institute of TechnologyPolitical ScienceTFamily and the Politics of Moderation: Private Life, Public Goods, and the Rebirth of Social Individualism
Hall, ScottBall State UniversityFamily and Consumer SciencesTExploring family-oriented markers of adulthood: Political and personal variations among groups of emerging adults
Hallpike, ChristopherMcMaster UniversityAnthropologyE
Hamer, John FaithfulJohn Abbott CollegeHumanities, Philosophy, & ReligionT
Hames, RaymondUniversity of Nebraska - LincolnAnthropologyTStatement on the Publication of Alice Dreger’s Investigation, Darkness’s Descent on the American Anthropological Association: A Cautionary Tale
Han, Lori CoxChapman UniversityPolitical ScienceT
Hand, KeithUniversity of California - HastingsLawT
Hankins, JamesHarvard UniversityHistoryT
Hansen, SeanRochester Institute of TechnologyManagement Information SystemsE
Hardwick, DavidUniversity of British Columbia (Canada)MedicineTT
Harper, CraigNottingham Trent University (UK)PsychologyTT
Harris, ChristineUniversity of California - San DiegoPsychologyT
Harris, RichardRutgers University - CamdenPolitical ScienceT
Hasnas, JohnBusinessGeorgetown UniversityT
Haynor, AnthonySeton Hall UniversitySociology, Anthropology, and Social WorkT
Hayward, StevenUniversity of California - BerkeleyHistory
Heatherton, ToddDartmouth CollegePsychologyT
Heesacker, MartinUniversity of FloridaPsychologyTBetter 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 SciencesT
Heiden, BruceThe Ohio State UniversityClassicsTThe ideology of political science
Heine, StephenUniversity of British ColumbiaPsychologyT
Helfman, TaraSyracuse UniversityLawT
Hendrickson, AnthonyCreighton UniversityBusinessT
Henrich, JosephHarvard UniversityHuman Evolutionary BiologyT
Henriques, GreggJames Madison UniversityPsychologyTPolitical Correctness is all About Slave Morality
Political Correctness Unpacked
A View From the Radical Center of Politics
Henry, CalebSeattle Pacific UniversityPolitical ScienceT
Heriot, GailUniversity of San DiegoLawT
Hicks, StephenRockford UniversityPhilosophyTExplaining 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 ScienceT
Higgins, AndrewSUNY - New PaltzEnglishT
Hill, AlexUniversity of WashingtonAnthropology
Hill, ClaireUniversity of MinnesotaLawTRepugnant Business Models: Preliminary Thoughts on a Research and Policy Agenda
Reducing the Social Costs of (Some) Priors
Hill, R. KevinPortland State UniversityPhilosophyTHow gun talk is misperceived
Hill, SarahTexas Christian UniversityPsychologyT
Hoffman, MatthewFranklin and Marshall CollegeHistory and Judaic StudiesT
Hofmeyer, PhilipMorrisville State CollegeAgricultural EngineeringTT
Hogin, LaurieUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaArt and DesignT
Holden, RobertOld Dominion UniversityHistoryT
Hollinger, RobertIowa State UniversityPhilosophyE
Holt, AndrewFlorida State College at JacksonvilleSocial and Behavioral SciencesT
Homan, KristinGrove City CollegePsychologyT
Hooper, AmyGettysburg CollegeManagementTT
Horning, MichaelVirginia TechCommunicationTTResponding to Charlie Hebdo: Exploring political cartoonists’ reactions and ethics positions following the attacks
Houchens, GaryWestern Kentucky UniversityEducational Administration, Leadership, & ResearchT
Howe, JohnUniversity of MissouriFinanceT
Howell, JordanRowan UniversityGeography, Planning, & SustainabilityTT
Huddle, ThomasUniversity of Alabama - BirminghamMedicine
Hughes, CharlesChapman UniversityPhilosophy & ReligionT
Hulett, LouisaKnox CollegePolitcal ScienceTExploring spiritual engagement at secular Knox College
• Political participation and voting behavior vis-à-vis religion in Religion and Politics in America: Encyclopedia of Church & State in American Life
Being religious at Knox: Attitudes toward religion & conservative values at Knox College
Hummel, Jeffrey RogersSan Jose State UniversityEconomicsT
Huntington, MarkUniversity of South DakotaFamily Medicine
Hurlbert, StuartSan Diego State UniversityBiologyEFrontiers, 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
Hurley, DavidTexas A & MSociology and Criminal JusticeTT
Imber, JonathanWellesley CollegeSociologyT
Inbar, YoelUniversity of TorontoPsychologyTTIncreasing ideological tolerance in social psychology
Political diversity in social and personality psychology
Ingram, RobertOhio UniversityHistoryT
Innes-Ker, Ase KvistLund University (Sweden)PsychologyT
Inzlicht, MichaelUniversity of TorontoPsychologyTIronic effects of anti-prejudice messages: How motivational intervention reduces (but also increases) prejudice
Irvine, PeterHarvard UniversityEngineering and Applied SciencesPD
Irwin, ScottUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaEconomicsT
Isham, JonathanMiddlebury CollegeEconomicsT
Jacka, SaulUniversity of Warwick (UK)StatisticsT
Jackall, RobertWilliams CollegeAnthropology & SociologyTMoral Mazes: The World of Corporate Managers
What kind of order?
Jacobson, DanielUniversity of MichiganPhilosophyTFreedom of Speech Under Assault on Campus
Jadwin, LisaSt. John Fisher CollegeEnglishT
Jeffrey, JoeNorthern Illinois UniversityComputer ScienceE
Jenkins, GaryEastern UniversityHistoryT
Jenkins, KevinMercer UniversityEducational LeadershipT
Jockers, MatthewUniversity of Nebraska - LincolnEnglishT
Johnson, Joseph E.University of North Carolina - GreensboroEconomics/FinanceE
Johnson, MarcusAbraham Baldwin Agricultural CollegeEducationE
Johnston, AndrewUniversity of California - MercedEconomicsTT
Jones, BenjaminDakota State UniversityHistoryT
Jones, DougUniversity of UtahAnthropologyT
Jones, GarettGeorge Mason UniversityEconomicsT
Jones, JasonHarvard UniversityPsychiatryTT
Jones, JonathanOxford UniversityPhysicsTTConspiracist ideation as a predictor of climate-science rejection: An alternative analysis
Jong, JonathanCoventry University (UK)PsychologyTT
Jordan, KerryUtah State UniversityPsychologyT
Juluri, VamseeUniversity of San FranciscoMedia StudiesTHinduism and its Culture Wars
The Propaganda War Against Hindus in Academia: A Response to Inside Higher Education
Jung, RexUniversity of New MexicoNeurosurgery
Jussim, LeeRutgers University - New BrunswickPsychologyTLiberal 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 UniversityPsychologyT
Kambhampati, PatMcGill University (Canada)ChemistryT
Kammeyer-Mueller, JohnUniversity of MinnesotaManagementT
Kapitula, ToddCalvin CollegeMathematics and StatisticsT
Kashdan, ToddGeorge Mason UniversityPsychologyT
Katz, JackUniversity of California - Los AngelesSociologyTBeyond Academic Freedom
Katz, JoshuaPrinceton UniversityClassicsTLanguage at Princeton (student course)
Kaufman, MarkWashburn UniversitySocial WorkT
Kaufmann, EricBirkbeck College (UK)PoliticsTLiberal ethnicity: Beyond liberal nationalism and minority rights
The rise and fall of Anglo-America
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Keegan, BrianUniversity of Colorado - BoulderInformation ScienceTT
Kelly-Woessner, AprilElizabethtown CollegePolitical ScienceT• The New Left and Political Intolerance in "The End of the Experiment"
Kennelly, BrianCalifornia Polytechnic State UniversityModern Languages and LiteraturesT
Kenney, J. ScottMemorial University of Newfoundland (Canada)SociologyT
Kenward, BenOxford Brookes University (UK)PsychologyT
Kimball, MichaelUniversity of Northern ColoradoAnthropologyTEthnowise: Embracing Culture Shock to Build Resilience, Responsiveness & Connection
King, GaryHarvard UniversityPolitical ScienceT
King, RobertUniversity College CorkPsychologyTWithout honor: Why banning Uthman Badar was wrong
Alice in blunder land
Klehr, HarveyEmory UniversityPolitical ScienceEEmory's administration panders to the forces if illiberalism
Klein, DanGeorge Mason UniversityEconomicsTProfessors 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 CollegeEconomicsT
Klein, PeterBaylor UniversityEntrepreneurshipTWhy intellectuals still support socialism
Culture, entrepreneurship, and innovation: French edition
Critical agrifood scholarship
Klein, StanleyUniversity of California - BerkeleyOptometryTUsing Psychic Phenomena to Connect Mind to Brain and to Revise Quantum Mechanics
Kleinerman, BenjaminMichigan State UniversityPolitical ScienceTHobbes, Locke, RFRAs, and Wedding Photographers
Klemenčič, ManjaHarvard UniversitySociology
Klim, GeraldUniversirty of KentuckyPhysical Medicine and RehabilitationT
Klinger, DavidUniversity of Missouri - St. LouisCriminology and Criminal JusticeT
Kluver, RandyTexas A & MCommunicationT
Knorpp, WilliamJames Madison UniversityPhilosophyT
Knott, StephenUnited States Naval War CollegeNational Security AffairsT
Kohn, MeirDartmouth CollegeEconomicsT
Kolasinski, AdamTexas A & MFinanceT
Koons, RobertUniversity of Texas - AustinPhilosophyTPartisan 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 UniversityPsychologyTT
Kosits, RussellRedeemer University College (Canada)PsychologyTThe Hidden Worldviews of Psychology's Theory, Research, and Practice
Kotkin, StephenPrinceton UniversityPublic and International AffairsT
Kressel, NeilWilliam Paterson UniversityPsychologyT“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 ScrantonPsychologyT
Kuhn, DeannaColumbia UniversityPsychology & EducationT
Kupfer, CharlesPennsylvania State University - HarrisburgHistoryTAmerican studies: A sad tale of academic decline
Public heritage as program strength
Lahti, DavidQueens College - City University of New YorkBiologyT
Lamb, RamdasUniversity of HawaiiReligionT
Lambert-Cole, PeterIndiana UniversityMathematicsPD
Lane, TylerMonash University (Australia)Epidemiology and Preventive MedicinePDWhy is Murder Spiking in Certain Cities?
La Noue, GeorgeUniversity of Maryland - Baltimore CountyPolitical ScienceT
Larson, CraigVirginia Commonwealth UniversityMathematics and Applied MathematicsT
Lavau, SylvainUniversite de Lorraine (France)MathematicsPD
Lawler, PeterBerry CollegePolitical ScienceTAmerican Heresies and Higher Education
Truly Higher Education
Lawless, WilliamPaine CollegeMathematics; PsychologyTThe entangled nature of interdependence. Bistability, irreproducibility and uncertainty
Learmonth, AmyWilliam Paterson UniversityPsychologyT
LeBar, MarkFlorida State UniversityPhilosophyT
Legare, CristineUniversity of Texas - AustinPsychologyT
LeGrand, RobAngelo State UniversityComputer ScienceT
Lehman, DarrinUniversity of British Columbia (Canada)PsychologyT
Lehner, AlbertUniversity of Fukui (Japan)Global and Community StudiesT
Leiser, DavidBen-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel)PsychologyTDiffering conceptions of the causes of the economic crisis: Effects of culture, economic training, and personal impact
Levenson, JonHarvard UniversityDivinityT• Theological liberalism aborting itself in The Politics of Prayer: Feminist Language and the Worship of God
Levin, DanielMinnesota State University - MankatoAccounting & Business LawTPromises 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
Levine, IlanIndiana UniversityPhysics and AstronomyT
Lewis, DavidMurdoch University (Australia)PsychologyTT
Lewis, HyrumBrigham Young University - IdahoHistoryTIt's Time to Retire the Political Spectrum
Lewis, MartinStanford UniversityGeographyGreen Delusions: An Environmentalist Critique of Radical Environmentalism
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Lewis, MichaelWilliams CollegeArtT
Lieberman, MatthewUniversity of California - Los AngelesPsychologyT
Liffman, MichaelSwinburne University (Australia)Centre for Social ImpactE
Lillard, AngelineUniversity of VirginiaPsychologyT
Lilienfeld, ScottEmory UniversityPsychologyTCan psychology become a science?
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Giving debiasing away: Can psychological research on correcting cognitive errors promote human welfare?
Lilla, MarkColumbia UniversityHistoryTTaking the Right Seriously
Lipschultz, Jeremy HarrisUniversity of Nebraska - OmahaCoomunicationTFree Expression in the Age of the Internet
Social Media Communication: Concepts, Practices, Data, Law and Ethics
Lipson, CharlesUniversity of ChicagoPolitical ScienceT
Livingston, KenVassar CollegePsychologyT
London, WilliamCalifornia State University - Los AngelesPublic HealthT
Long, DarrellUniversity of California - Santa CruzComputer EngineeringT
Loury, GlennBrown UniversityEconomicsTInterview with John McWhorter (video)
Short Essays on Affirmative Action and Other Race-Related Topics
Love, BettyUniversity of Nebraska - OmahaMathematicsT
Lowenstein, MarcCalifornia Institute of the ArtsMusicT
Lukaszewski, AaronCalifornia State University - FullertonPsychologyTT
Luther, KurtVirginia TechComputer ScienceTT
Lynn, MichaelCornell UniversityHotel AdministrationT
Lyons, ScottUniversity of MichiganEnglishT
MacCoun, RobertStanford UniversityLaw; PsychologyTBiases 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 ScrantonPsychologyTT
Mack, KeenanIllinois CollegeBiologyTT
MacKenzie, DonUniversity of WashingtonCivil and Environmental EngineeringT
Mackiewicz, JoIowa State UniversityEnglishT
MacMullan, TerranceEastern Washington UniversityPhilosophyT• Jon Stewart: The new and improved public intellectual in The Ultimate Daily Show and Philosophy: More Moments of Zen, More Indecision Theory
Magness, PhillipGeorge Mason UniversityPublic PolicyCracks in the Ivory Tower: The Bad Business Ethics of Higher Ed
Malatesta, PaulUniversity of WashingtonFinanceT
Malkan, MatthewUniversity of California - Los AngelesPhysics & AstronomyT
Maharajh, RasiganLund University (Sweden)Institute of Economic Research on InnovationT
Mandel, NaomiArizona State UniversityMarketingT
Manning, JasonWest Virginia UniversitySociologyTTMicroaggression and moral culture
Campus culture wars and the sociology of morality
Mansfield, TyBrigham Young UNiversityReligious EducationPD
Manson, JosephUniversity of California - Los AngelesAnthropologyT
Maple, Terry L.Georgia Institute of TechnologyPsychologyTForging a new, bipartisan environmental movement
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Maratos-Flier, EleftheriaHarvard UniversityMedicineTHealthcare reform: A free market perspective
Marcy, RichardUniversity of VictoriaPsychology; Public and Non-Profit Leadership & ManagementT
Margrave, ClintCalifornia State University - Long BeachEnglish
Markson, LoriWashington University in St. LouisPsychologyT
Martin, ChrisEmory UniversitySociologyHow ideology has hindered sociological insight
Martin, Hugh J.Ohio UniversityJournalismT
Martin, RobertTexas Women's UniversityLibrary & Information StudiesE
Martin, TimKennesaw State UniversityPsychologyT
Mashek, DebraHarvey Mudd CollegeSocial PsychologyT
Masters, WilliamTufts UniversityEconomicsTToward an ethical economics of food policy
Keeping eggs affordable: The case against Massachusetts ballot question 3
Mather, RobertUniversity of Central OklahomaPsychologyTThe 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 University (Australia)Politics and Public PolicyT
Matteo, ElizabethAlvernia UniversityPsychologyT
Matthews, PaulUniversity of Nottingham (UK)MathematicsTWhy are some people skeptical about climate change? Some insights from blog comments
Mayhall, MargueriteKean UniversityFine ArtsT
McAfee, AndrewMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyManagement
McAleer, SeanUniversity of Wisconsin - Eau ClairePhilosophy and Religious StudiesT
McCallum, WilliamUniversity of ArizonaMathematicsT
McCrea, RonanUniversity College LondonLawT
McDowell, MichaelNortheast Lakeview CollegePhilosophyT
McGinnis, JohnNorthwestern UniversityLawTThe 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 PluralismTRediscovering 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 University (UK)LawT
McGue, MattUniversity of MinnesotaPsychologyT
McGuirk, JamesUniversity of NordlandPhilosophyT
McIntosh, DanielSlippery Rock UniversityPolitical ScienceT
McIntyre, KennethSam Houston State UniversityPolitical ScienceTLiberal 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 BusinessT
McLaughlin, Anne MarieUniversity of Calgary (Canada)Social WorkT
McMahon, DarrinDartmouth CollegeHistoryT
McManus, MichaelMontana State UniversityHistory
McMillan, JamesVirginia Commonwealth UniversityEducationT
McMillian, JohnGeorgia State UniversityHistoryT
McPherson, DavidCreighton UniversityPhilosophyTT
McWhorter, JohnColumbia UniversityLinguisticsTAntiracism: Our new flawed religion
The privilege of checking White privilege
Meade, ThomasNorthwestern UniversityChemistryT
Mehr, SamuelHarvard UniversityPsychologyPD
Melbinger, MichaelNorthwestern UniversityLaw
Melnick, ShepBoston CollegePolitical ScienceTThe Odd Evolution of the Civil Rights State
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Messina, JosephMichigan State UniversityGeographyT
Meyer, JacobCalifornia State University - Long BeachEconomics
Michaels, AlbertBuffalo State CollegeHistoryT• "Political Correctness - Good Business," Thursday Club, Buffalo, New York, November 12, 1992
The Media, the Adversary Culture and US Foreign Policy
Michalski, JosephKing's University College - Western University (Canada)SociologyT
Michels, CorinneCUNY - Queens CollegeBiologyE
Mickey, RobertUniversity of MichiganPolitical ScienceT
Mikics, DavidUniversity of HoustonEnglishT
Miller, AnnUniversity of Central FloridaCommunicationT
Miller, EthanUniversity of California - Santa CruzComputer EngineeringT
Miller, GeoffreyUniversity of New MexicoPsychologyTTesting 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 UniversityPhilosophyT• Performing Plato's Forms in Resemblance and Reality in Greek Thought
Truth in the Age of Trump
Miller, RichardUniversity of North Carolina School of the ArtsPhilosophyE
Mills, MichaelLoyola Marymount UniversityPsychologyTThe 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 ScienceTRescuing "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 Regina (Canada)Business AdministrationTT
Moeckel, ThorpeHollins UniversityEnglishT
Monahan, John T.University of VirginiaLawT
Montgomery-Smith, StephenUniversity of MissouriMathematicsT
Moore, JamesUniversity of Southern CaliforniaCivil & Environmental EngineeringT
Morandini, JamesUniversity of Sydney (Australia)PsychologyPD
Morley, RebeccaThe Ohio State UniversityLinguisticsTT
Morris, JeffreyUniversity of Alabama - BirminghamBiologyTT
Morris, ThomasUniversity of ConnecticutPlant Science and Landscape ArchitectureT
Morrós, JordiUniversity of Barcelona (Spain)BusinessTT
Moscoso del Prado, FerminUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraLinguisticsT
Moshier, M. AndrewChapman UniversityMathematics & Computer ScienceT
Motyl, MattUniversity of Illinois - ChicagoPsychologyTT
Mueller-Wood, AnjaJohannes Gutenberg - Universität Mainz
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English and LinguisticsT
Muller, JerryCatholic University of AmericaHistoryTChallenging Political Correctness: A “Paranoid Hysteric” Replies to Joan Scott
Albert Hirschman's Rhetoric of Recrimination
Mulvaney, MatthewSyracuse UniversityHuman Development & Family ScienceT
Murphy, JonathanDublin Business School (Ireland)PsychologyT
Munger, MichaelDuke UniversityPolitical ScienceTOur higher education system fails leftist students
How white privilege could explain everything about Donald Trump’s success
Muñoz, Vincent PhillipUniversity of Notre DamePolitical ScienceT
Murg, BradleySeattle Pacific UniversityPolitical ScienceTT
Murphy, RyanSouthern Methodist UniversityEconomics
Murray, BruceAuburn UniversityCurriculum and TeachingT
Murray, JohnRhodes CollegeEconomicsT
Nalven, JosephSan Diego City CollegeBehavioral SciencesWho Benefits from Knowledge About Undocumented Mexicans?
Nanquette, LaetitiaUniversity of New South WalesMiddle Eastern StudiesT
Napier, StephenVillanova UniversityPhilosophyTT
Navarrete, Carlos DavidMichigan State UniversityPsychologyT
Neaman, ElliotUniversity of San FranciscoHistoryTFree Radicals: Agitators, Hippies, Urban Guerrillas, and Germany’s Youth Revolt of the 1960s and 1970s
Nechtman, TillmanSkidmore CollegeHistoryT
Neiheisel, JacobSUNY - BuffaloPolitical ScienceTT
Nelson, Andrew PatrickMontana State UniversityFilmTT
Nelson, CharlesUniversity of Illinois - Champaign UrbanaAgricultural and Consumer EconomicsT
New, MichaelAve Maria UniversityEconomicsTTConservatives in the closet
Newhill, ChristinaUniversity of PittsburghSocial WorkT
Nichols, CurtBaylor UniversityPolitical ScienceTExecutive behavior and the influence of religious factors: Evidence from gubernatorial State of the State addresses, 2000-2013
Niebauer, ChristopherSlippery Rock UniversityInterdisciplinary StudiesT
Nielsen, MichaelGeorgia Southern UniversityPsychologyT
Njus, DavidLuther CollegePsychologyT
Noam, EliColumbia UniversityFinance & EconomicsT
Noorlander, DannySUNY - OneontaHistoryTT
Nosek, BrianUniversity of VirginiaPsychologyTLiberals and conservatives rely on different sets of moral foundations
Motivated independence? Implicit party identity predicts political judgments among self-proclaimed independents
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Nowack, D. DavidAndrews UniversityChemistry and BiochemistryTT
Nurmohamed, SamirUniversity of PennsylvaniaManagementT
Oakley, BarbaraOakland UniversityEngineeringTPathological Altruism
Obrecht, NatalieWilliam Paterson UniversityPsychologyT
O'Brien, TimHarvard UniversityGovernment
Ochs, MichaelThe College of New JerseyMathematics and StatisticsT
O'Donohue, WilliamUniversity of Nevada - RenoPsychologyT• The role of psychology in reforming the politically correct university in The Politically Correct University: Problems, Scopes, and Reforms
Psychology's War on Religion
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O'Hear, AnthonyUniversity of BuckinghamPhilosophyT
Oliver, MatthewUniversity of DelawareMarine Science and PolicyT
Oliver, WillardSam Houston State UniversityCriminal JusticeT
Olneck, MicahelUniversity of WisconsinEducationE
O'Neil, PatrickUniversity of Puget SoundPolitics and GovernmentT
Opfer, JohnThe Ohio State UniversityPsychologyT
Oprea, RyanUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraEconomicsT
Osborne, EvanWright State UniversityEconomicsT
Osiel, MarkUniversity of IowaLawT
Otteson, JamesWake Forest UniversityEconomicsT
Oz, MehmetColumbia UniversitySurgeryT
Paik, PeterUniversity of Wisconsin - MilwaukeeFrench, Italian and Comparative LiteratureTA kindly apocalypse: Philip Rieff and the endgame of the therapeutic
Apocalypse of the therapeutic: The death of desire in the cabin in the woods
Palmer, CraigUniversity of MissouriAnthropologyT
Pangle, LorraineUniversity of Texas - AustinGovernmentT
Papkov, DimitryUniversity of Nebraska - LincolnMechanical and Materials EngineeringPD
Paresky, PamelaColorado Mountain CollegeInterdisciplinary
Park, KarenUniversity of PittsburghLinguisticsTT
Parker, RichardHarvard UniversityLawTTaking politics personally
Parker, ScottAmerican UniversityPsychologyT
Paros, MichaelThe Evergreen State CollegeBiologyT
Parvini, NeemaUniversity of Surrey (UK)EnglishTShakespeare and Cognition: Thinking Fast and Slow through Character
Shakespeare's History Plays: Rethinking Historicism
Shakespeare and Contemporary Theory
Patai, DaphneUniversity of Massachusetts - AmherstLanguages, Literatures, and CulturesTHow diversity came to mean "downgrade the West"
Political tests for faculty?
What Price Utopia? Essays on Ideological Policing, Feminism, and Academic Affairs
Paterson, LindsayUniversity of Edinburgh
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Social and Political ScienceTPolitical attitudes, social participation and social mobility: A longitudinal analysis
Education, social attitudes and social participation among adults in Britain
Social Radicalism and Liberal Education
Patterson, OrlandoHarvard UniversitySociologyTFreedom and 9/11
The GOP Isn't the Only Party to Dissemble on Race
The Real Problem with America's Inner Cities
Pedersen, TylerBrigham Young UniversityCounselingT
Penney, StevenUniversity of Alberta (Canada)LawT
Peregrine, PeterLawrence UniversityAnthropologyT
Perilloux, CarinSouthwestern UniversityPsychologyTT
Perry, MarkUniversity of Michigan - FlintManagementT
Persinger, JimEmporia State UniversityPsychologyT
Pessin, AndrewConnecticut CollegePhilosophyTAn Open Letter to Open Hillel
Peterson, JeffreyAustin Graduate School of TheologyBible
Pfau, ThomasDuke UniversityEnglish; German; Divinity SchoolTThe New Idolatry: On the (Mis)Uses of Diversity in Academia Today
The Failure of Charity and the Loss of Personhood: Beyond the Enlightenment Impasse
Threatening Naturalism’s Universal Authority
Phelan, StevenFayetteville State UniversityEconomicsT
Pielke RogerUniversity of ColoradoAthleticsTThe Honest Broker
Pigott, JulianRyukoku University
(Japan)
International StudiesT
Pinker, StevenHarvard UniversityPsychologyTPreface to Dangerous Ideas
The Blank Slate: The Modern Denial of Human Nature
Pirrong, CraigUniversity of HoustonFinanceT
Ploeckl, FlorianUniversity of Adelaide (Australia)EconomicsT
Plutzer, EricPennsylvania State UniversityPolitical ScienceT
Portolano, MarlanaTowson UniversityEnglishTThe rhetorical function of utopia: An exploration of the concept of utopia in rhetorical theory
Potts, JasonRoyal Melbourne Institute of Technology
(Australia)
EconomicsT
Powers, JackIthaca CollegeMedia Arts, Sciences, and StudiesT
Pradl, GordonNew York UniversityTeaching & LearningE
Pratt, CaseyWingate UniversityEnglishT
Prior, Karen SwallowLiberty UniversityEnglish
Privon, GeorgePontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (Chile)AstronomyPD
Protzko, JohnUniversity of California - Santa BarbaraPsychological and Brain SciencesPDWhy you cannot argue upwards from mechanisms to causes
Early intervention effects fade away
Interventions can raise g, still the effects fade
Affirmation interventions don't work in de-facto segregated schools
Purkiss, DianeUniversity of Oxford (UK)EnglishTThe Witch in History
Puts, DavidPennsylvania State UniversityAnthropologyT
Queen, RobinUniversity of MichiganLinguisticsT
Quinney, KimberCalifornia State University - San MarcosHistory
Quirk, PaulUniversity of British Columbia (Canada)Political ScienceT
Rahn, WendyUniversity of MinnesotaPolitical ScienceT
Ramseyer, MarkHarvard UniversityLawT
Raymond, EmilieVirginia Commonwealth UniversityHistoryT
Redding, RichardChapman UniversityPsychology; Law; EducationTSociopolitical diversity in psychology: The case for pluralism
Likes attract: The sociopolitical groupthink of (social) psychologists
Sociopolitical insularity is psychology's Achilles heal
Reed, PhilipCanisius CollegePhilosophyT
Renshon, StanleyCUNY - Baruch CollegePolitical ScienceT
Rex, BrianSouth Dakota State UniversityArchitectureT
Reynolds, DarylWest Virginia UniversityComputer Science & Electrical EngineeringT
Reynolds, JesseUtrecht University (The Netherlands)LawPD
Richards, RichardUniversity of AlabamaPhilosophyT
Richardson, SamuelPiedmont Virginia Community CollegeSociology
Rife, SeanMurray State UniversityPsychologyTT
Riley, AlexanderBucknell UniversitySociology; AnthropologyT
Rodríguez Braun, CarlosUniversidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)EconomicsE
Rodriguez, RafaelUniversity of Wisconsin - MilwaukeeEvolutionary BiologyT
Rojas, FabioIndiana UniversitySociologyTFrom Black Power to Black Studies: How a Radical Social Movement Became an Academic Discipline
Rokop, NIckIllinois Institute of TechnologyBusiness
Rosand, JonathanHarvard UniversityMedicineT
Rosendorf, NealNew Mexico State UniversityGovernmentT
Rosenkranz, NicholasGeorgetown UniversityLawTIntellectual Diversity in the Legal Academy
Ross, DouglasUniversity of WashingtonLaw
Rothbart, AndreaWebster UniversityMathT
Rothman, JayBar Ilan University (Israel)Conflict Resolution and NegotiationTT
Roundy, PaulSUNY - AlbanyAtmospheric & Environmental SciencesT
Routledge, ClayNorth Dakota State UniversityPsychologyTWe Champion Racial, Gender and Cultural Diversity - Why Not Viewpoint Diversity?
Rowlands, GuyUniversity of St. AndrewsHistoryT
Rozado, DavidOtago Polytechnic (New Zealand)Computing and Information TechnologyT
Rud, AGWashington State UniversityTeaching and LearningT
Ruddick, LisaUniversity of ChicagoEnglishTWhen Nothing Is Cool
Rummel, JeffEmory UniversityGoizueta Business SchoolT
Russell, LeviUniversity of GeorgiaAgricultural and Applied EconomicsTT
Ruthruff, EricUniversity of New MexicoPsychologyT
Ryan, TimothyUniversity of North CarolinaPolitical ScienceTTReconsidering moral issues in politics
No compromise: Political consequences of moralized attitude
Gaffe appeal: A field experiment on partisan selective exposure to election message
Saad, GadConcordia UniversityMarketingTProgressives and Diversity: An Unhealthy Relationship
How Political Correctness Limits the Free Exchange of Ideas on Campus
Intellectual Diversity on American University Campuses
Sachs, LeonUniversity of KentuckyModern and Classical LanguagesTThe Pedagogical Imagination: The Republican Legacy in Twenty-First-Century French Literature and Film
Reading laïcité
Sagebien, JuliaDalhousie University (Canada)ManagementT
Saldivar, JoseBakersfield CollegeBiologyT
Salmon, CatherineUniversity of RedlandsPsychologyT
Salzman, Philip CarlMcGill University (Canada)AnthropologyTMarxism failed in the world, but conquered Western academia
Universities Strive for Diversity in Everything but Opinion
Welcome to the Social Justice University
Why Diversity isn’t “Canada’s Strength"
Samet, JerryBrandeis UniversityPhilosophyT
Sana, MarianoVanderbilt UniversitySociologyT
Sandgren, MariaSödertörn University (Sweden)Social SciencesT
Sarnecka, BarbaraUniversity of California - IrvinePsychologyT
Savolainen, JukkaUniversity of MichiganInstitute for Social ResearchT
Saxton, BrianJohn Carroll UniversityManagement, Marketing, and LogisticsTT
Schafer, KevinBrigham Young UniversitySociologyT
Schansberg, EricIndiana University - SoutheastEconomicsTCommon ground between the philosophies of Christianity and Libertarianism
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Scheall, Scott
Schier, Steven E.Carleton CollegePolitical ScienceTPolarized: The Rise of Ideology in American Politics
Schmitt, DavidBradley UniversityPsychologyT
Schniter, EricChapman UniversityEconomics
Schneider, KirkSaybrook UniversityPsychologyThe Polarized Mind: Why It's Killing Us and What We Can Do About It
Awakening to Awe: Personal Stories of Profound Transformation
Rediscovering Awe: Splendor, Mystery, and the Fluid Center of Life
Schnitker, SarahFuller Theological SeminaryPsychologyT
Schonhardt-Bailey, CherylLondon School of Economics (UK)Political ScienceT
Schroeder, RossitzaPacific School of ReligionHistorical and Cultural Studies of ReligonT
Schroeder, WayneThe Institute of World PoliticsInternational Affairs; National Security
Schwartz, BarrySwarthmore CollegePsychologyT
Schwartz, HowardOakland UniversityManagement and MarketingESociety Against Itself: Political Correctness and Organizational Self-Destruction
The Revolt of the Primitive: An Inquiry into the Roots of Political Correctness (Revised Edition)
Analysis of a racism hoax at Oberlin College in Psychoanalyzing the Great Oberlin College Racism Hoax of 2013
Scofield, JohnOberlin CollegePhysics & AstronomyT
Scott, Graham (Gray)Texas Woman's UniversityEnglishTT
Scott, WilliamUniversity of California - Santa CruzChemistry and BiochemistryT
Scupin, RaymondLindenwood UniversityAnthropologyE
Sedikides, ConstantineUniversity of SouthamptonPsychologyT
Seger, CarolColorado State UniversityPsychologyT
Seligman, MartinUniversity of PennsylvaniaPsychologyT
Selterman, DylanUniversity of MarylandPsychology
Selznick, LorenBloomsburg UniversityLawTT
Sempere, ThierryUniversité de Grenoble (France)GeologyT
Shackel, NicholasCardiff University (UK)PhilosophyTThe vacuity of postmodernist methodology
The fragility of freedom of speech
Shackelford, ToddOakland UniversityPsychologyT
Shaffer, DavidVillanova UniversityFinanceT
Shah, PrakashQueen Mary - University of London (UK)LawTHow Indian traditions fare in British religion and faith policy: The Hindu case
Shaler, LaurelLiberty UniversityCounselor Education & Family StudiesT
Shames, ImanUniversity of MelbourneElectrical and Electronic EngineeringTT
Shariff, AzimUniversity of California - IrvinePsychologyTT
Shaw, JeffreyU.S. Naval War CollegeStrategy and Policy
Sherman, MarkSUNY - New PaltzPsychologyEDoes liberal truly mean open-minded?
Sherman, TheodoreMiddle Tennessee State UniversityEnglishT
Shermer, MichaelChapman UniversityHistoryTTWhat went wrong? Campus unrest, viewpoint diversity, and freedom of speech
The Moral Arc: How Science and Reason Lead Humanity Toward Truth, Justice, and Freedom
Shields, JonClaremont McKenna CollegePolitical ScienceTPassing on the Right: Conservative Professors in the Progressive University
Shiffman, MarkVillanova UniversityHumanitiesT
Shweder, RichardUniversity of ChicagoAnthropologyTFundamentalism for highbrows
After Just Schools: The equality-difference paradox and conflicting varieties of liberal hope
To Follow the Argument Where it Leads: An Antiquarian View of the Aim of Academic Freedom at the University of Chicago
Siebrasse, NormanUniversity of New Brunswick (Canada)LawT
Siefert, GeorgeDaemen CollegeSocial Work and SociologyT
Siegler, RobertCarnegie Mellon UniversityPsychologyT
Siewers, AlfredBucknell UniversityEnglishTPolitical Diversity Among the Faculty
Glory and Honor: Orthodox Christian Resources on Marriage
Sile, EsinBoston CollegeEconomics
Silk, JonathanLeiden University (The Netherlands)Buddhist StudiesT
Silver, EricPennsylvania State UniversitySociology and CriminologyT• Why are conservatives more punitive than liberals? A moral foundations approach (forthcoming)
Beyond harm and fairness: A study of deviance and morality
Silverman, EricChristopher Newport UniversityPhilosophyT
Simon, GaryNew York UniversityStatisticsE
Singh, JaideepMichigan State UniversityPhysics and AstronomyTT
Singh, RobertBirkbeck University (UK)PoliticsT
Sisemore, TimothyRichmont Graduate UniversityPsychologyT
Slavov, SitaGeorge Mason UniversityPolicy and GovernmentTHigher ed's echo chamber
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Sloane, Robert D.Boston UniversityLawT
Slone, JasonGeorgia Southern UniversityLiterature & PhilosophyT
Small, AlexCalifornia State Polytechnic UniversityPhysics; AstronomyTWhat I’m Reading: "China’s Examination Hell"
A Geek’s Guide to Academic Committee Work
In Defense of the Lecture
Smith, CatherineUniversity of Wisconsin - MadisonLibrary and Information StudiesT
Smith, ChristianNotre Dame UniversitySociologyT
Smith, CraigColumbia UniversitySurgeryTTo model excellence
Smith, ErinCalifornia Baptist UniversityBehavioral SciencesTT
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