People of Color in Predominantly White Institutions

 

Date of this Version

November 2003

Abstract

This presentation is twofold. We begin by examining the degree to which teaching diversity, at a mid-western predominately white institution, is disproportionately devolved onto academic departments and faculty who occupy devalued statuses within and outside academe. Finally, we highlight the hidden and unhidden challenges and obstacles that accompany this obligation.

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