"Are Academics Cowards? The Grip of Grievance Studies and the Sunk Costs of Academic Pursuit" by
Why are most academics too afraid to stand up against the 'social justice' takeover of universities? Here's a great new piece by explaining the risks & rewards that may not be obvious to folks outside academia.
We frequently hear accusations that academics are cowards and that this has contributed to the rise and institutionalization of grievance studies. That may be, but there's more to consider. My latest on adds necessary depth.
An incredibly thorough and important piece by on why most scientists and other academics stay silent about the troubling rise of Social Justice activism in academia.
Makes me sympathize with academics without tenure who don't speak out. What's the excuse for tenured faculty?
Excellent piece by . Explains in detail why it's unrealistic to expect most academics to speak up against social justice ideology gone too far.
Vulnerable heretics. Good piece by on why 'intellectual webs' have to 'run dark' sometimes...tales I could tell. Are Academics Cowards? The Grip of Grievance Studies and the Sunk Costs of Academic Pursuit via
Or is your claim that grievance studies is uniquely bad. I know some of your co-authors certainly make the latter argument: Even if it's a claim you would not stand behind yourself.
Are Academics Cowards? The Grip of Grievance Studies and the Sunk Costs of Academic Pursuit via
Are Academics Cowards? The Grip of Grievance Studies and the Sunk Costs of Academic Pursuit via