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Title Confronting equity and inclusion incidents on campus : lessons learned and emerging practices / edited by Hannah Oliha-Donaldson
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Published London : Routledge, 2020
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Notes <P>Preface </P><I><P>Hannah Oliha-Donaldson</P><P></P></I><B><P>Part I: Introduction </P><P>1 </B>Contesting Marginality and Traditions of Silence: Resisting Diversity's Failures and Assumed Centers, and Setting the Course for Change </P><I><P>Hannah Oliha-Donaldson</P></I><B><P>2 </B>A Genealogy of "Diversity": From the 1960s to Problematic Diversity Agendas and Contemporary Activism </P><I><P>Hannah Oliha-Donaldson</P></I><B><P>3 </B>Dismantling the Trifecta of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: The Illusion of Heterogeneity </P><I><P>Tina M. Harris</P><P></P></I><B><P>Part II: Interpersonal Context: Critical Conversations </P><P>4 </B>Scholar-Mothers Navigating Maternal Microaggressions in the Academy: "You Should Be Home Snuggling Your Baby" </P><I><P>Lisa S. Kaler, Leah N. Fulton, Zer Vang, and Michael J. Stebleton</P></I><B><P>5 </B>Managing the Classroom as a Military Veteran and Graduate Instructor: "Please Don't Call Me By My First Name" </P><I><P>Dianna N. Watkins-Dickerson</P><P></P></I><B><P>Part III: Organizational Context: Pedagogical Limitations and Opportunities </P><P>6 </B>Pedagogical Failures: Challenging Assumed Centers and Engendering Community Through Personal and Pedagogical Reflexivity </P><I><P>Meggie Mapes</P></I><B><P>7 </B>Envisioning Equity and Inclusion Through Art </P><I><P>Audra Buck-Coleman and Rashawn Ray</P><P></P></I><B><P>Part IV: Organizational Context: Becoming a Diversity Worker, Planning for Change, and Crafting Pathways Forward </P><P>8 </B>Muslim Students Combatting Institutional Inertia with Participatory-Action Research </P><I><P>Saugher Nojan</P></I><B><P>9 </B>BIPOC Students Using Polyvocal Narratives, Co-Witnessing, and Spectral Engagement: "Seen" But Not Heard </P><I><P>Meshell Sturgis, Brian J. Evans, Anjuli Brekke, Andrea Delgado, and Erin Lee</P></I><B><P>10 </B>Becoming Professors of Equity at San Diego State University: Reflecting on Professional Seminars on Implicit Biases and Microaggressions </P><I><P>Yea-Wen Chen, Feion Villodas, Felicia Black, Sureshi Jayawardene, Roberto Hernandez, Daniel L. Reinholz, and Thierry Devos</P></I><B><P>Part V: Organizational Context: Dealing with Organizational Culture and Climate </P><P>11 </B>Experiencing Symbolic and Linguistic Violence at Predominately White Institutions as Student and Professor </P><I><P>Angela N. Gist-Mackey</P></I><B><P>12 </B>Accented Others, Women, and Immigrants: A Conversation about Institutional Stalling and Dismissal </P><I><P>Anne C. Dotter and Cécile Accilien</P></I><B><P></P><P>Part VI: Community and Structural Challenges: Managing the Effects of Social Tensions </P><P>13 </B>'The Blackface Incident': Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Under Fire at a Southern Women's College </P><I><P>Jade C. Huell and Crystal U. Davis</P></I><B><P>14 </B>The Ripple Effect of Bias, Hate, and Activism: A Nation in Crisis, a Campus in Turmoil, and Pathways Forward </P><I><P>Cherese F. Fine, Kendra D. Stewart-Tillman, DeOnte T. Brown, and Jerad E. Green</P></I><B><P></P><P>Part VII: Conclusion </P><P>15 </B>Dealing with the Past and Preparing for "Diversity's" Future: "Wicked" Problems and Multilevel Solutions for Higher Education </P><I><P>Hannah Oliha-Donaldson</P></I><P>Editor </P><P>Contributors </P><P>Index</P>
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Subject College environment -- United States.
Discrimination in higher education -- United States.
Educational equalization -- United States.
Minority college students -- United States.
Minority college teachers -- United States
Form Electronic book
Author Oliha-Donaldson, Hannah, editor.
ISBN 0429264828
0429555377
0429559844
0429564317
9780429264825
9780429555374
9780429559846
9780429564314