To claim that the academy would benefit from a wider range of viewpoints is not equivalent to claiming that all viewpoints should be represented within the academy. What views should be allowed in? What theoretical and practical considerations are at play? Who decides which viewpoints to bring into a classroom, a department, a discipline, or to a campus? How should those decisions be made?

Panelists:

Coleman Cruz Hughes | Columbia University

 Dan Mogulof | Assistant Vice Chancellor, UC Berkeley

Judith Shapiro | President and Professor of Anthropology Emerita, Barnard College

Keith E. Whittington | William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Politics, Princeton University

Moderator:

Evan Goldstein | Editor, Chronicle of higher Education