The crisis of race in higher education : a day of discovery and dialogue
- edited by William F. Tate IV (Washington University in St. Louis, MO, USA), Nancy Staudt (Washington University in St. Louis, MO, USA), Ashley Macrander (Washington University in St. Louis, MO, USA).
- First edition.
- Bingley, UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2017.
- Copyright notice
- Physical description
- xxxvi, 378 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
- Diversity in higher education ; v. 19.
At the library
Education Library (Cubberley)
|LC3731 .C7347 2017||Unknown|
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Foreword-Tales To Astonish: Why Race Matters And Why It Shouldn't - Gerald Early Introduction SECTION 1: THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF RACE AND ETHNICITY Genetics and the Origins Of Race - Robert Sussman, Garland Allen and Alan Templeton The Missing Box: Multiracial Student Identity Development at a Predominantly White Institution - Ashley Macrander and Rachelle Winkle-Wagner Narrating Race and Identities from the Periphery: Diversity, Dilemma, and Discourses - Linling Gao-Miles SECTION 2: RACE AND ETHNICITY IN EVERYDAY LIFE Retaining Students of Color in Higher Education: Expanding Our Focus to Psychosocial Adjustment and mental Health - Juliette M. Iacovino and Sherman A. James Roadblocks on the Way to Higher Education: Non-Dominant Cultural Capital, Race, and the "Schools are Equalizer" Myth - Olivia Marcucci and Rowhea Elmesky Learning to Live Together: Connecting the Classroom to the Community for Racial Justice in Housing - Molly W. Metzger Academic and Community Partnerships and Social Change - Vetta L. Sanders Thompson and Sula M. Hood SECTION 3: MOVING BEYOND STEREOTYPES On the Light Versus Dark Side of Empathy: Implications for Intergroup Dynamics in a Diverse Society - Stephanie A. Peak, Emily J. Hanson, Fade R. Eadeh and Alan J. Lambert Storytelling in Higher Education - Shyam Akula The Roots are Racism: Historical and Current Racial Bias on College Campuses and their (Unintended) Push on the Diversity Agenda - LaTanya N. Buck and Purvi Patel Bringing Ourselves Back from Extinction in Academia: Becoming an Indigenous Scholar - Savannah Martin A Future of Native Students: From Victimization to Value to Victory - Carol Schuermann, Molly Tovar and David A. Patterson Silver Wolf SECTION 4: THE FUTURE AND OUR UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY The Chancellor's Graduate Fellowship Program: A Pre- and Post-Grutter Analysis - Sheri R. Notaro, Erin Daugherty, Mark C. Hogrebe, Pat Howard, Diana Hill Mitchell and William F. Tate IV Doing Diversity in Higher Education for International Students - James V. Wertsch and Teresa Sarai The John B. Ervin Scholars Program's "Legacy of Commitment": Grounded in Discovery and Dialogue - Michelle A. Purdy Honoring our Investment: Low-Income Student Success at Washington University in St. Louis - Shyam Akula and Scott Jacobs Academic Support for an Increasingly Diverse Undergraduate Population: Challenges in Initiative Design and Implementation - Jennifer R. Smith, Heather J. Rice and Michael Chang A Private University Called to a Public Mission: Selective Higher Education, Diversity, and Access - Ashley Macrander and H. Holden Thorp Afterword-The Crisis of Race in Higher Education: A Focus on Inclusion - Mark S. Wrighton.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786357106 20190204
- Publisher's Summary
- The compendium of writings in this edited volume sheds light on the event "Race & Ethnicity: A Day of Discovery and Dialogue" at Washington University in St. Louis and the work current students, faculty, and staff are doing to improve inclusivity on campus and in St. Louis. The book includes speeches, reflections, art, and photography aligned with the Day of Discovery and Dialogue in addition to original academic work on race in higher education, race in St. Louis, and race in the United States. Leading scholars and emerging voices feature in this volume, filling a void in the race and higher education literature since it will foreground a case study of a single university at the epicenter of a national racial crisis and how a university-wide event brought a campus together. This praxis focus may have far reaching impact in aiding other universities across the country in addressing racial tensions in their own communities.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786357106 20190204
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- Diversity in higher education ; Vol. 19
- "Many of the authors in this book presented their ideas during two groundbreaking University events held at Washington University in St. Louis: The 2015 Race & Ethnicity: A Day of Discovery and Dialogue and the 2016 Day of Discovery and Dialogue: A Focus on Inclusion."--Acknowledgments, page xiii.
- 1786357100 (hardback)
- 9781786357106 (hardback)
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