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Occupying the academy : just how important is diversity work in higher education? /

Other Authors: Clark, Christine, 1962-, Fasching-Varner, Kenneth J., 1979-, Brimhall-Vargas, Mark.
Format: Book
Language: English
Spanish
Published: Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2012
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  • Occupying Academia, Reaffirming Diversity /
  • Mark Brimhall-Vargas
  • Stories from the Chief Diversity Officer Frontlines /
  • Bailey W. Jackson
  • Case 1
  • Extra, Extra, Read All About It! Diversity Soul-ed Out (and Sold/Out) Here /
  • Christine Clark
  • Case 2
  • Balancing Act: A Contextual Case Analysis on Recentering Diversity in the Midst of Social and Economic Fluctuations /
  • Marco J. Barker
  • Case 3
  • Deconstructing Hope: A Chief Diversity Officer's Dilemma in the Obama Era /
  • A. Leslie Anderson
  • Case 4
  • Transforming Lives and Communities: Case Study of a Diversity and Community Engagement Portfolio at a Flagship Institution /
  • S. Kiersten Ferguson
  • Case 5
  • Southern Predominantly White Institutions, Targeted Students, and the Intersectionality of Identity: Two Case Studies /
  • Steven Thurston Oliver
  • Stories from the Mid-Level Administrator Frontlines /
  • Bailey W. Jackson
  • Case 6
  • Myth of Institutionalizing Diversity: Structures and the Covert Decisions They Make /
  • Mark Brimhall-Vargas
  • Case 7
  • Swimming up Mainstream: Facing the Challenges to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion on a University of ACME, Regional Campus in Obama's Era /
  • Susan Wolfgram
  • Case 8
  • Search for Questions and Tellings of Silenced Students /
  • Bryant Griffith
  • Case 9
  • Evolution of a Campus: From the Seat of the Civil War to a Seat on the Freedom Rides /
  • Leah K. Cox
  • Case 10
  • Unmet Promise: A Critical Race Theory Analysis of the Rise of an African American Studies Program /
  • Michael E. Jennings
  • Stories from the Faculty Frontlines /
  • Bailey W. Jackson
  • Case 11
  • "Just (Don't) Do It!" Tensions between Articulated Commitments and Action at The ACME State University /
  • Vanessa Dodo Seriki
  • Case 12
  • Deja Vu: Dynamism of Racism in Policies and Practices Aimed at Alleviating Discrimination /
  • Shirley Mthethwa-Sommers
  • Case 13
  • "Isn't Affirmative Action Illegal?" /
  • Eugene Oropeza Fujimoto
  • Case 14
  • Equity at the Fringes: The Continuing Peripheral Enactment of Equity and Diversity in the Preparation of PK-12 Teachers /
  • Laura S. Yee
  • Case 15
  • On the Battlefield for Social Justice in the Education of Teachers: The Dangers and Dangerousness of Challenging Whiteness in Predominantly White Institutions and Teacher-Preparation Programs /
  • Cleveland Hayes
  • So What? Who Cares? And What's Our Point about Diversity? /
  • Margaret-Mary Sulentic Dowell
  • Carta al lector: Una Llamada para Ocupar /
  • Mark Brimhall-Vargas
  • Open Letter: A Call to Occupy /
  • Mark Brimhall-Vargas.