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Charles Negy— Woke-ademia survivor

In this episode we hear from Professor Charles Negy, who was fired from the University of Central Florida for speaking against orthodoxy, and who has just recently won his fight in arbitration to be restored as a tenured faculty member.In this episode we hear from Professor Charles Negy, who was fired from the University of […]

Idea Pathogens and What to Do about Them, with Gad Saad

Gad Saad joins Woke-ademia to discuss the the issues raised in his bestselling book “The Parasitic Mind.”  We focus particularly on the effect of idea pathogens on universities and the path forward for recovery.

Defining and addressing “Wokeness” with Phil Magness

Phillip W. Magness is Senior Research Faculty and Research and Education Director at the American Institute for Economic Research. He is also a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. He holds a PhD and MPP from George Mason University’s School of Public Policy, and a BA from the University of St. Thomas (Houston). Prior to […]

Woke-ademia with John Butler

John Sibley Butler holds the J. Marion West Chair for Constructive Capitalism in the Graduate School of Business (Department of Management) at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a professor in the Management Department and holds a joint appointment in Organizational Behavior in the College of Liberal Arts, where he holds the Darrell […]

Woke-ademia with John Butler

John Sibley Butler holds the J. Marion West Chair for Constructive Capitalism in the Graduate School of Business (Department of Management) at the University of Texas at Austin.

Woke-ademia with Mark Perry

Professor Perry describes his efforts to ensure that universities protect the civil rights of their faculty and students, as outlined in his recent article “Let’s Work Together to Challenge the Selective Double Standard for the Enforcement of Title VI and Title IX in Higher Education.”

The Challenge and Potential of Nuclear Energy

Host Dima Shamoun discusses with guest Jason Crawford the risk assessments of nuclear energy Links to sources mentioned: Jason Crawford on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jasoncrawford The Roots of Progress: https://rootsofprogress.org Why did we wait so long for the bicycle? https://rootsofprogress.org/why-did-we-wait-so-long-for-the-bicycle Why Has Nuclear Power Been a Flop? https://rootsofprogress.org/devanney-on-the-nuclear-flop The Energy of Tomorrow: The Promise, Failure, and Possible Rebirth of Nuclear […]