Membership with Heterodox Academy is a meaningful commitment precisely because it is public. Heterodox Academy members are professors, educators, administrators, and staff who have embraced this statement: “I support open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement in research and education.”
This list includes faculty, administrators, and staff at higher education institutions. It does not include graduate or undergraduate student members. Members who have retired from academia may be listed with their current non-academic affiliation.
This list should not be used to identify people to email en masse for things like advertising an event, product, service, or calls for submissions. Heterodox Academy does not endorse the scholarship, research, or personal viewpoints of individual members. Individual member perspectives are not necessarily representative of the Heterodox Academy organization nor of other HxA members.
Scott AaronsonThe University of Texas at AustinComputer Science
Jon AbbinkLeiden UniversityAfrican Studies Center
Dorian AbbotUniversity of ChicagoGeophysical Sciences
Russ AbbottCalifornia State University-Los AngelesComputer Science
Karen AbelUniversity of LeedsDigital Education Service
Tom AbelesUniversity of Louisville--
Peter AbramenkoUniversity of Virginia-CharlottesvilleMathematics
Michael D. AbramoffUniversity of IowaOphthalmology and Visual Sciences
Jonathan AbramowitzUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillPsychology and Neuroscience
Samuel AbramsSarah Lawrence CollegeHistory & the Social Sciences
David AbramsNew York UniversitySocial Behavioral Sciences
Les AbramsHofstra UniversitySociology
Belinha De AbreuSacred Heart UniversitySchool of Communication, Media & the Arts
Roger P. AbshireTexas State UniversityPolitical Science
Nasser Mohieddin AbukhdeirUniversity of WaterlooChemical Engineering
Aybar AcarMiddle East Technical UniversityGraduate School of Informatics
Susan AchzigerCommunity College of AuroraEnglish
Daniel AclandUniversity of California-BerkeleyPublic Policy
Join our community of faculty, staff, and students in our efforts to improve the quality of research and education in universities through viewpoint diversity, open inquiry, and constructive disagreement.
Complimentary membership includes access to the new HxA Portal — a private online forum for HxA members and HxCommunities, invitations to members-only events, funding opportunities, professional development workshops, members-only discounts to HxA Summits, and more.