Intellectual Diversity

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Why I’m Leaving the Political Science Association

Sep 05, 2017 by Bruce Gilley |

Professor Bruce Gilley discusses the lack of intellectual diversity in the American Political Science Association. 

Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in…

Aug 11, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The entirety of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

Yes, Campus Indoctrination Is Real

Aug 11, 2017 by Peter Wood |

Peter Wood argues that the lack of ideological diversity on campuses is due to more than just the left's domination of the professoriate, but to the campus culture itself.

The Declining Commitment to Diversity and Inclusiveness

Aug 09, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The fifth of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

Reflections on the Misery in Missouri

Aug 02, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The second of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

The 2015 Campus Crisis

Jul 31, 2017 by J. Martin Rochester |

The first of a five-part essay, Mizzou Madness: A Case Study of Non-Diversity, Non-Freedom, and Non-Academics in Higher Education, by political scientist J. Martin Rochester.

Association of American Law Schools Snubs Pleas for Viewpoint Diversity

Feb 27, 2017 by George W. Dent |

George Dent writes about the lack of viewpoint diversity in American law schools.

Seven Types of Suppression

Jan 03, 2017 by NAS |

NAS president Peter Wood writes on free speech and censorship in The New Criterion. 

Me, My Emotions, and I

Dec 19, 2016 by Nayeli Riano |

College English classes should train students in scholarship, not subjectivity. 

Radicalism’s Yield: Politics and the Illiberal Academy

Dec 01, 2016 by Mark Zunac |

In the Winter 2016 Academic Questions (vol. 29, no. 4), Mark Zunac discusses the evolution of liberal arts from a field encouraging inquiry to today's ideological sounding board.

College Students Need Better Lessons Than ‘All of Your Emotions Are Real’

Nov 21, 2016 by Ashley Thorne |

After the election, colleges turn to feelings, not civility, to guide discussions on winning and losing.

The President of Portland State University Upholds Intellectual Freedom

Oct 03, 2016 by Chance Layton |

President Wim Wiewel explains in an email to students that the University is committed to free speech, peaceful protest, and "robust debate."

Castro’s Cats: Lessons in Market Economics from the Workers’ Paradise

Sep 22, 2016 by Mark G. Brennan |

Mark G. Brennan relates his observations of a month-long education trip to Cuba where he saw the stultifying hand of Communist ideology on the minds and souls of a population. 

The Death of Campus Free Speech—and How to Revive It

Jul 08, 2016 by Charles Lipson |

It’s getting harder to tell the difference between real news about colleges and the Onion’s parodies. 

You Are Cordially Disinvited

May 03, 2016 by Peter Wood, Rachelle Peterson |

Jason Riley is the most recent conservative speaker to recieve a disinvitation. 

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