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March 5, 2021+Team HxA
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What Does the Future of Heterodoxy Look Like?

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Five years after Heterodox Academy's founding in 2015, we took the opportunity to reflect on what the future of heterodoxy in the academy looks like with four esteemed thought leaders: Nadine Strossen, Randall Kennedy, Nicholas Christakis and Jeffrey Adam Sachs. Along with host Amna Khalid and opening remarks by HxA Chair and co-founder, Jonathan Haidt, we explored what we have learned from the past five years, the challenges that lie ahead, and future opportunities to further HxA's mission of promoting viewpoint diversity, open inquiry, and constructive disagreement in higher education. Original event date: December 16, 2020. Video of the event can be viewed here. To enjoy more HxA content with our esteemed panelists, look here: On the Authority of Experience in Black Thought, by Randall Kennedy Community and Campus: The Relationship between Viewpoint Diversity and Community Partisanship, by Jeffrey Sachs Free Speech and Viewpoint Diversity at UNC: Some Thoughts on a New Report, by Jeffrey Sachs HxA Podcast Episode 59: Nicholas Christakis, The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society, with Nicholas Christakis and host and HxA co-founder, Chris Martin

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