Intellectual Diversity

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Diversity Is a Sugar-Coated Lemon

Apr 14, 2014 by Ashley Thorne |

If colleges were at least honest about censoring opinions they don't like, would we be any better off?

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Mike Adams and the Seven Years’ War

Mar 26, 2014 by Marilee Turscak |

After a seven-year legal battle between Mike Adams and UNCW, the federal jury has ruled in Mike Adams' favor in what it concluded was a clear case of discrimination.

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A Campus Conversation About Diversity of Ideas

Dec 06, 2013 by J. Martin Rochester |

A campus diversity council hears a case for intellectual diversity.

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The Campaign to Discredit Regnerus and the Assault on Peer Review

Jun 19, 2013 by Peter Wood |

The Mark Regnerus case is a stellar illustration of the "political vortex that surrounds academic peer review."

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I Critique the New Book by Neil Gross

Jun 05, 2013 by George Leef |

Why are professors liberal? George Leef responds to Neil Gross's answer.

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The Lack of Intellectual Diversity at Law Schools

Apr 19, 2013 by Michael Toscano |

The Harvard Federalist Society held an important conference on Intellectual Diversity and the Legal Academy.

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Naomi and Me

Aug 20, 2012 by Peter Wood |

Peter Wood responds to Naomi Schaefer Riley's article in the New York Post which suggests that Dr. Wood has been silenced for dissenting from politically correct orthodoxy.

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Study Finds Conservative Professors Are Justified in Fears of Discrimination

Aug 08, 2012 by Ashley Thorne |

A new study of social psychologists finds that more than a third admit they would discriminate against conservatives in their field.

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A Survival Guide for the Right in Leftist Academia

Jul 11, 2012 by Matthew Woessner, Robert Maranto |

The ivory tower needs conservatives, and with the right attitude and a lot of hard work, conservatives can succeed in academia, write Robert Maranto and Matthew Woessner.

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One Way to Promote Intellectual Diversity

Jul 11, 2012 by George Leef |

Break the monopoly on publications that count towards tenure.

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The Very Rich Hours

Jan 10, 2012 by Peter Wood |

Peter Wood searches for the uncommon good in fundraising for nonprofits.

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Academic Liberal Bias: Not All Bad?

Nov 09, 2011 by Glenn Ricketts |

If you're sure of your traditionalist convictions, you've got to read a lot more carefully and thoroughly, and you'll have them subject to far greater intellectual challenge than your liberal classmates will ever encounter. 

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Politically Correct Solutions Won’t Solve the Political Correctness Problem

Nov 09, 2011 by Ashley Thorne |

In the quest for preserving intellectual diversity the method counts as much as the message. Ashley Thorne responds to Ted Gup's proposed means to protect conservative thought on liberal campuses.

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Where is the Threat to “Academic Freedom”?

Oct 31, 2011 by George Leef |

My first response to the sleazy New Yorker hit piece by Jane Mayer on Art Pope (and spilling over onto the Pope Center) drew a reply from John Wilson on the AAUP’s blog. In today’s Pope Center piece, … Continue Reading | Leave a Comment >

Daphne Patai on the Uniformity of Academic Thought

Oct 20, 2011 by George Leef |

Professor Daphne Patai of UMass-Amherst writes about the uniformity of thought she encounters among her fellow academics, which of course ranges from Marxist to "progressive." 

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