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- Inclusive Teaching Practices from the University of Denver
Inclusive teaching practices require us to engage the wealth of intersecting social identities and positionalities that faculty and students bring to the classroom. Whether face-to-face or online, inclusion must not be an afterthought. Rather, it should permeate every aspect of curriculum and course design, classroom management, and assessment of teaching and learning. Through this site, we invite you to advance your praxis, create dynamic courses, remove barriers to learning, and dismantle oppressive practices by implementing inclusive pedagogies. Explore critical diversity considerations that shape higher education in real-time, read academic articles, visit suggested websites, and watch recommended TED Talks and videos.
- “75 Things White People Can Do for Racial Justice”
Contains good links for learning more about racism and actions that individuals can take to call out racism when they see or hear about it.
- “Insitutionalized Racism: A Syllabus”
A long list of links to articles about historical events in United States history relating to institutionalized racism. It also has photos.
- Case Studies on Diversity and Social Justice Education
Case Studies on Diversity and Social Justice Education offers pre- and in-service educators an opportunity to analyze and reflect on a variety of realistic case studies related to educational equity and social justice.
- Racismo: ¿Qué es y cómo se afronta?
A guide for educators in Spain on confronting racism.
- The National Museum of African American History Talking about Race Web portal
The portal helps people explore issues of race, racism, and racial identity.
- Médiations, écueils et apories de l’antiracisme
Analyses de discours, représentations et pratiques de l’antiracisme dans les arts.
- “Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources”
An ongoing Google Docs document created by Anna Stamborski, Nikki Zimmermann, and Bailie Gregory on dismantling systemic racism.
- “Defying Stereotypes: To Assimilate or Not Assimilate?”
“Defying Stereotypes: To Assimilate or Not Assimilate?” Asian Avenue Magazine, vol. 12, no. 5, 2017, pp. 10–11.
- “Creolizing the Academy: Embracing Transdisciplinarity to Revive the Humanities and Promote Critical Pedagogy”
This article argues that the transdisciplinary writings of Black thinkers like Douglass, Wells, and DuBois, and those of progressive European thinkers like Rousseau, not only subvert white supremacist ideology but also promote critical pedagogy. It was written in the wake of the white supremacist violence that rocked Charlottesville, VA, in 2017.
- “Why Aren’t You Reading Brown?”
Books by Māori and Pasifika authors (poetry, fiction, nonfiction) from New Zealand.
- In the Name of Identity by Amin Maalouf
Maalouf examines identity in the context of the modern world.
- “Mapping Violence”