heterodox: the blog
+ Heterodox PedagogyConferences serve many purposes: participants share perspectives, build relationships, and inspire possibilities. We’d like to think the 2019 HxA Annual Conference hit all of those notes — however, in the absence of subsequent action it would…read the full blog+ HxAThe South Dakota Board of Regents has solicited public comment on how to fulfill the intent of the new legislative requirement, recently passed in South Dakota, to promote free speech and intellectual diversity at public colleges and universities.…read the full blog+ HxAAbout a month ago, Heterodox Academy member Sam Abrams — a professor of politics and American government at Sarah Lawrence College — published a brief essay in the New York Times summarizing results from a survey he conducted on roughly 900…read the full blog+ HxAHundreds of scholars recently signed onto an open letter denouncing Cambridge post-doctoral researcher Noah Carl on the basis that: “A careful consideration of Carl’s published work and public stance on various issues, particularly on the…read the full blog+ HxATurning Point USA has recently launched its “Professor Watchlist,” with the declared mission “to expose and document college professors who discriminate against conservative students, promote anti-American values, and advance leftist…read the full blog+ HxAHeterodox Academy turns one year old today. To mark the occasion, we’re publishing our members’ answers to a simple question: “What change would you like to see in universities or in your academic field by 2025?” (our 10 year anniversary).read the full blog
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