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"Where are all the conservative university professors?"

Where "professors" here explicitly means humanities professors and where the focus is not on demand but supply.

This approach to scholarship has little to do with what draws conservatives to the study the humanities and social sciences. For them, innovation and novelty are precisely the problem — and continuity with the past, not a radical break from it, is the solution. That's why they tend to favor core curricula that introduce students to the Great Books of the past.