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Jul 29 2021:A Deep Dive into DEI: Research, Interventions, and Alternatives with Frank Dobbin, Edward Chang, and Garrett Johnson (link not available)
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Jun 10 2021:Do Community Colleges do Heterodoxy Right? A Panel Conversation
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May 6 2021:A Fine Balance: Academic Freedom and Academic Responsibility
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Apr 2 2021:A Conversation with John McWhorter | Viewpoint Diversity Among Black Intellectuals
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Mar 5 2021:What Does the Future of Heterodoxy Look Like?
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Feb 25 2021:A History of College Teaching in America: a conversation with Jonathan Zimmerman
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Jan 28 2021:Heterodox Out Loud: A New Heterodox Academy Podcast
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Jul 9 2020:What Is Moral Grandstanding with Justin Tosi & Brandon Warmke.
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Jul 2 2020:Cocktails and Canceled Conversations with Elizabeth Loftus
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Jun 26 2020:Psychological Safety for Professors and Students with Amy Edmondson
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Jun 17 2020:The Problem With Everything with Meghan Daum
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May 28 2020:Michael Kruse, Being a Journalist in a Social Media World
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May 20 2020:86. Adam Domby, The False Cause: Fraud, Fabrication, and White Supremacy in Confederate Memory
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May 12 2020:85. Michael Roth, Safe Enough Spaces
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Apr 27 2020:84. Christian Gonzalez and Ian Storey, The Elusive Definitions of Conservatism and Liberalism
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Apr 9 2020:83. Cory Clark, Tribalism in War and Peace (And in the Social Sciences)
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Mar 23 2020:82. Katie Gordon, How to Effectively Help Students During the Coronavirus Pandemic
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Mar 10 2020:81. Amy Westervelt, How Does the Energy Industry Influence Universities?
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Feb 27 2020:80. Eric Kaufmann, Whiteshift: Populism, Immigration and the Future of White Majorities
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Feb 4 2020:79. Jill DeTemple, A Structure for Difficult Classroom DIalogue
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Jan 21 2020:78. Lawrence Glickman, Free Enterprise: An American History
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Jan 2 2020:77. James Poniewozik, Audience of One: Donald Trump, Television, and the Fracturing of America
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Dec 18 2019:76. Deb Mashek, Heterodox Academy in 2020
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Dec 12 2019:75. Carol Quillen, Leading a Liberal Arts College
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Dec 5 2019:74, Phoebe Maltz Bovy, How Useful is Privilege Checking?
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Nov 26 2019:73. Ilana Redstone, Heterodox Sociology
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Nov 12 2019:72. Tony McAleer, The Cure for Hate: A Former White Supremacist's Journey from Violent Extremism to Radical Compassion
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Nov 1 2019:71. Robert Talisse, Overdoing Democracy: Why We Must Put Politics in its Place
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Oct 23 2019:70. Sheila Heen: Difficult Conversations, Part 2
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Oct 18 2019:69. Sheila Heen, Difficult Conversations for Faculty and Students, Part 1
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Oct 1 2019:68. Matthew H. Goldberg, From Christian Identity to Climate Action
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Sep 15 2019:67. Charlie Sykes, Conservative Media
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Sep 7 2019:66. Kevin Kruse & Julian Zelizer, Fault Lines (recorded live at AJC Decatur Book Festival)
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Sep 1 2019:65. Lara Schwartz, False Equivalence
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Aug 23 2019:64. Steven Pinker, An Unnecessary Defense of Reason and a Necessary Defense of the University's Role in Advancing It
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Aug 15 2019:63. Joanna Schug, Relational Mobility and Cultural Confusion
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Aug 1 2019:62. Cailin O'Connor, The Misinformation Age: How False Beliefs Spread
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Jul 23 2019:61. HxA Conference 2019
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Jul 15 2019:60. Oliver Burkeman, How the News Took Over Reality
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Jul 1 2019:59. Nicholas Christakis, Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society
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Jun 15 2019:58. Angie Maxwell, The Long Southern Strategy
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Jun 1 2019:57. Teresa Bejan, Mere Civility
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May 20 2019:56. The Heterodox Academy 2019 Conference
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May 15 2019:55. Maria Dixon Hall, Becoming Culturally Intelligent
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May 8 2019:54. Arthur Sakamoto, Asian Educational Achievement (The Annex episode)
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May 1 2019:53. Christopher Federico, The Psychology of Political Behavior
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Apr 15 2019:52. Ashley Jardina, White Identity Politics
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Apr 1 2019:51. Arthur Brooks, Love Your Enemies
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Mar 15 2019:50. Katie Gordon, Can Offensive Political Speech Cause Trauma?
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Mar 4 2019:49. Jeffrey A. Sachs, Is There Really A Free Speech Crisis?
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Feb 20 2019:Episode 48: Julian Zelizer, Polarization and U.S. History
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Feb 13 2019:Episode 47: Noah Silverman & Katie Baxter, Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC)
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Jan 28 2019:Episode 46: Deb Mashek & Musa al-Gharbi, HxA’s Past and Future
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Jan 22 2019:Episode 45: Xander Snyder & Erik Fogg, Bias and Tribalism
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Jan 14 2019:Episode 44: Chad Wellmon, Do Universities Have a Clear Purpose?
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Jan 2 2019:Episode 43: Kevin Kruse, America’s Fault Lines
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Dec 21 2018:Episode 42: Ellen Hendriksen, Maintaining Your Sanity in Academia
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Dec 10 2018:Episode 41: Craig Frisby & Joshua D. Phillips, Cultural Competence Training
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Nov 30 2018:Episode 40: Tania Reynolds, Men as Stereotypical Perpetrators of Harm
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Nov 15 2018:Episode 39: A.J. Jacobs, Richard Davies & Jim Meigs, On Gratitude
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Nov 14 2018:Episode 38: Lucía Martínez Valdivia, Unifying and Divisive Identities
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Oct 30 2018:Episode 37: Charlotta Stern, Gender Sociology’s Problems
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Oct 15 2018:Episode 36: Julie Wronski, How Authoritarianism Divides the Democratic Party
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Oct 1 2018:Episode 35: Jeff Jones & David Askenazi, Free Expression at U.S. Universities
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Sep 17 2018:Episode 34: Greg Lukianoff & Jon Haidt, The Coddling of the American Mind
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Sep 6 2018:Episode 33: Jason Stanley, How Fascism Works
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Aug 29 2018:Episode 32: Robert Quinn, Scholars at Risk Network
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Aug 15 2018:Episode 31: Jessica Good, The Ups and Downs of Multiculturalism
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Jul 30 2018:Episode 30: Rick Mehta, Free Expression in Canadian Universities
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Jul 17 2018:Episode 29: Fabio Rojas, The Sociology of Activism
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Jun 29 2018:Episode 28: Robert Wright, Politics, Tribalism and Mindfulness
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Jun 19 2018:Episode 27: Heather Heying, Life After Evergreen
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Jun 5 2018:Episode 26: John Inazu, Confident Pluralism
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May 15 2018:Episode 25: Arthur Sakamoto, Conventional Wisdom about Asian Americans
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Apr 24 2018:Episode 24: Caroline Mehl & Raffi Grinberg, The OpenMind Platform
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Apr 9 2018:Episode 23: Richard Reeves, J.S. Mill and Liberalism
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Mar 26 2018:Episode 22: David Frum, On Trumpocracy
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Mar 15 2018:Episode 21: Musa al-Gharbi, Social Research and Political Bias
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Feb 27 2018:Episode 20: Deb Mashek, HxA in 2018
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Feb 8 2018:Episode 19: Frank Lechner, Symmetric Polarization or Republican Radicalism?
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Jan 21 2018:Episode 18: Jennifer Earl, Internet Activism and Fake News
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Dec 15 2017:John McWhorter on Politics and Protest
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Nov 13 2017:Cristine Legare on Teaching Techniques: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #16
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Oct 30 2017:Alice Dreger on How Branding Stifles Academic Freedom: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #15
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Oct 10 2017:Arthur Sakamoto on Paradigms in Sociology: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #14
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Sep 27 2017:Glenn Loury on Faculty and Administrators: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #13
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Sep 21 2017:Jonathan Haidt on Heterodox Academy’s 2nd Anniversary: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #12
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Sep 15 2017:Norm Ornstein on US Politics, Partisanship & Tribalism: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #11
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Sep 5 2017:Scott Lilienfeld on Microaggressions, and The Goldwater Rule: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #10
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Aug 22 2017:Rick Shweder on Multiculturalism and Diversity: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #9
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Aug 17 2017:Jacques Berlinerblau on How College Works (Or Doesn’t): Half Hour of Heterodoxy #8
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Jul 12 2017:Half Hour of Heterodoxy: Cristine Legare
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Jul 12 2017:Half Hour of Heterodoxy: April Kelly-Woessner
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Jul 12 2017:Half Hour of Heterodoxy: Sam Abrams
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Jul 11 2017:Lee Jussim on Stereotype Accuracy and Biased Science: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #7
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Jul 7 2017:Half Hour of Heterodoxy: Matt Grossman
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Jul 7 2017:Half Hour of Heterodoxy: George Yancey
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Jul 3 2017:Matt Grossmann on Asymmetric Polarization: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #6
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Jun 20 2017:Cristine Legare on Socioeconomic Diversity & Teaching Controversial Topics: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #5
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Jun 5 2017:April Kelly-Woessner on Declining Political Tolerance: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #4
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