HxA Podcast: Half Hour of Heterodoxy
+ Half Hour of HeterodoxyHow does moral grandstanding differ from hypocrisy, and what are its motives? The authors discuss who is most likely to engage in moral grandstanding.+ Half Hour of HeterodoxyDr. Loftus, a psychologist and human memory expert, was disinvited from a speaking engagement at NYU following her testimony at the Harvey Weinstein trial.+ Half Hour of HeterodoxyAmy Edmondson, a psychologist at Harvard Business School, discusses psychological safety at work and her book The Fearless Organization.+ Half Hour of HeterodoxyMeghan Daum talks about her book The Problem With Everything: A Journey Through the New Culture Wars. It was named one of the 100 notable books of 2019 by the New York Times.
About Half Hour of Heterodoxy
Hosted by Heterodox Academy co-founder and Georgia Tech sociologist Chris Martin, our podcast, “Half Hour of Heterodoxy,” serves as a platform for researchers & academic insiders to share their work in fostering viewpoint diversity within their teaching, research, and communities. If your research or advocacy tightly connects with our mission, and especially if you have work you would like to discuss (typically a journal article or book), you can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with a bit about your research and interests.