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Guerrero, Lisa

Teaching Race in the Twenty-First Century

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Lisa Guerrero

Part One. Backgrounds and Contexts

2. The Strange Career of Ethnic Studies and Its Influences on the Teaching of Race and Ethnicity
Aureliano Maria DeSoto

Part Two. “If We Would Just Stop Talking about Race, It Would Stop Being a Problem”: Confronting Resistance in the Classroom

3. Teaching the “Ism” in Racism, or, How to Transform Student Resistance
Robin Mangino

4. Minor Concerns: The (Im)Possibilities of Critical Race Pedagogies
C. Richard King

5. An “Oriental Yankee” in Dixie; or Thinking Diversely about Diversity
Joy M. Leighton

6. Teaching Race at Anti-Berkeley and Beyond
Rebecca Y. Kim

7. “Why Do We Always Have to Talk about Race?” Teaching American Literature(s) in the Post-Affirmative Action Liberal Arts Environment
Alison Tracy Hale, Tamiko Nimura

Part Three. “Race Doesn’t Affect Me. I’m Just White”: Race-ing Whiteness for Students

8. Rhetorics of Race: Mapping White Narratives
Judy L. Isaksen

9. Troubling History and Interrogating Whiteness: Teaching Race in a Segregated, White College Setting
Amy E. Winans

10. Investing in White Innocence: Colorblind Racism, White Privilege, and the New White Racist Fantasy
Dalia Rodriguez

Part Four. “You’re Teaching This Class on Race?”: Negotiating Professors’ Racial Positioning

11. White Teacher, Black Writers, White Students: Colorblindness and Racial Consciousness in Teaching African American Literature
Jesse Kavadlo

12. Do You See What I See?: Teaching Race in the Age of Colorblind America
Terrence T. Tucker

Part Five. “I Don’t See Why Race Is Even Important Anymore”: Creating Dynamic Approaches and Assignments for Addressing Race

13. Teaching Race: Making the Invisible Concrete
Perry Greene, Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz

14. Resisting the Straight White Male as Hero/Protagonist in a Course on American Groups in American Films
Deborah Rard

15. A New Era for Teaching American Indian Studies
Natchee Blu Barnd

16. White Teaching White and (Sometimes) Black about Black
Margaret Earley Whitt

17. Confronting Terrorism: Teaching the History of Lynching Through Photography
Bridget R. Cooks

18. Dealing with the 9/11 Trigger: Lessons on Race From a Group Exercise
Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo

Keywords: Education, International and Comparative Education, Higher Education, Organic Chemistry, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Assessment, Testing and Evaluation, Ethnicity Studies

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
255 pages
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230616950
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-60355-8

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