National Collegiate Honors Council

 

Date of this Version

2017

Citation

Occupy Honors Education, edited by Lisa L. Coleman, Jonathan D. Kotinek, and Alan Y. Oda. National Collegiate Honors Council Monograph Series. Lincoln, NE, 2017.

Comments

Copyright © 2017 by National Collegiate Honors Council.

Abstract

Preface by Jonathan D Kotinek

Introduction: Occupying Naive America: The Resistance to Resistance • Lisa L Coleman

Theory and Resistance in Honors Education • Aaron Stoller

From Good Intentions to Educational Equity in an Honors Program: Occupying Honors through Inclusive Excellence • David M Jones

A Privilege for the Privileged? Using Intersectionality to Reframe Honors and Promote Social Responsibility • Amberly Dziesinski, Phame Camarena, and Caitlin Homrich-Knieling

Cosmopolitan Courtesy: Preparing for Global Citizenry • Stephanie Brown and Virginia Cope

Cosmopolitanism and New Racial Formations in a Post-9/11 Honors Curriculum on Diversity • Lopamudra Basu

Family Issues of Diversity and Education for Asian American Immigrants: How Universities, Colleges, and Honors Programs Can Understand and Support the 15 and Second Generation • Alan Y Oda, Ye Eun (Grace) Oh, and Hyun Seo (Hannah) Lee

Inclusivity Versus Exclusivity: Re-Imagining the Honors College as a Third Place • Nancy M West

Engaging the Bard: Honors, Engagement, and a New Chautauqua • Shawn Alfrey

Occupying Native America • Lisa L Coleman, Rachel Childers, Samantha Faudree, and Jake Martin

What is Truth? Teaching the Constructivist Perspective for Diversity in Honors • Jonathan D Kotinek

A Blueprint for Occupying Honors: Activism in Institutional Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Social Justice, and Academic Excellence • Finnie D Coleman