NEW: "Extraordinary U: The HxA Model of Statement Neutrality"

When should university leaders "weigh in" on controversy? A principled approach.

Read the Brief.
Heterodox Academy
Back to Podcasts
November 26, 2019+Team HxA
+Research & Publishing

Episode 73: Ilana Redstone, Heterodox Sociology

Ilana Redstone (@irakresh) is my guest. She is an associate professor of sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where she teaches core sociology courses and a special course called Bigots and Snowflakes: Living in a World Where Everyone Else is Wrong. She is the founder of Diverse Perspectives Consulting, whose mission to improve communication to create a truly inclusive workplace culture. Her research has focused on legal permanent residents in the U.S. She also has written about problems within the discipline of sociology. She has been a faculty fellow at Heterodox Academy since 2017. She currently manages the HXSociology forum, part of the Heterodox Communities (HxCommunities) initiative. It aims to support and promote a sense of community among heterodox scholars within particular fields of study, particular geographic regions, and other specific academic communities. Here is a transcript of this episode. Related Links: If you enjoyed this show, please rate it on iTunes:
  1. Go to the show’s iTunes page and click “View in iTunes”
  2. Click “Ratings and Reviews” which is to the right of “Details”
  3. Next to “Click to Rate” select the stars.
See the full list of episodes of Half Hour of Heterodoxy >>

Get HxA In Your Inbox

Related Podcasts
Episode 9: Should Universities Adopt Institutional Neutrality?
February 14, 2024+John Tomasi+Jamie Kalven
+Open Inquiry+Viewpoint Diversity+Constructive Disagreement+Campus Policy+Institutional Neutrality
Episode 8: What’s Wrong with Our Universities?
+Open Inquiry+Viewpoint Diversity+Constructive Disagreement+Teaching+Campus Policy+Institutional Neutrality
Make a donation
Make a Donation

Your generosity supports our non-partisan efforts to advance the principles of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement to improve higher education and academic research.

This site use cookies.

To better improve your site experience, we collect some data. To see what types of information we collect, read our Cookie Policy.