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As an academic department responsible for the
education of students and the advancement of knowledge, we are motivated by our
commitment to four central values:
Our values strongly influence how we pursue our
goals and how we measure excellence. Methodological pluralism,
interdisciplinarity and diversity mean we value research of all kinds, as long
as it demonstrates excellence and contributes to the discipline. Some of us do
work widely considered mainstream, others do work that might be considered more
niche. Respecting diversity and methodological pluralism means valuing both
kinds of work, recognizing that the distinction between “mainstream” and “niche”
is itself is largely a matter of taste, that diversity of perspectives
inherently means including less popular or common ones, and that this
distinction may in part reflect discrimination (unconscious or otherwise)
against the perspectives or concerns of racial, sexual and other
minorities. Many of us also believe that searching for intersections
between more “niche” and “mainstream” considerations is the way to achieve
We value the many and varied experiences of our
colleagues and students, and seek to incorporate and extend this diversity in
all that we do. We have adopted a plan focused on a set of core principles on which
we intend to continue to build on this diversity in many ways. These principles
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