heterodox: the blog
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Are Students Increasingly Hostile to Free Expression on Campus? Look to Behaviors, Not Surveys.In the Berkeley protests against Milo Yiannopolis in February of 2017, the so-called ‘black bloc’ showed up to a vocal, but mostly peaceful, protest. They caused enough physical damage to buildings on campus that the University police backed…read the full blog+ Essay (Opinion Piece)
Why Call for Heterodoxy in the Academy?By Preston Stovall In a series of three essays published at Crooked Timber, philosopher John Holbo argues that the Heterodox Academy’s campaign against ideological homogeneity in the academy is not well founded. Holbo’s argument takes the form…read the full blog+ Essay (Opinion Piece)
On the Role of the Public Intellectual in the United StatesOne doesn’t have to look long or hard to see contentious divisions in American society today. From punditry and political debate to the polarization of both old and new media outlets, contemporary American life is riven with factionalism. As a…read the full blog
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