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Full-Text Articles in Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies

Introduction To Volume Seven: Confessing Racial Schizophrenia, Noelle Brada-Williams Jan 2017

Introduction To Volume Seven: Confessing Racial Schizophrenia, Noelle Brada-Williams

Angela Noelle Brada-Williams

A short meditation on teaching ethnic American literature in 2016, acknowledgments, and a summary of this volume's contents.


On Such A Full Sea Of Novels: An Interview With Chang-Rae Lee, Noelle Brada-Williams Jan 2017

On Such A Full Sea Of Novels: An Interview With Chang-Rae Lee, Noelle Brada-Williams

Angela Noelle Brada-Williams

An interview with author Chang-rae Lee.


Embracing Equity: Discussing Inequity, Deena J. González Jan 2017

Embracing Equity: Discussing Inequity, Deena J. González

Deena J. Gonzalez

No abstract provided.


Blaming The Stranger: Parishes Must Resist The Myth Of The Latino Threat, Brett C. Hoover Jan 2017

Blaming The Stranger: Parishes Must Resist The Myth Of The Latino Threat, Brett C. Hoover

Brett Hoover

No abstract provided.


"Trans-American Indigeneities", Tracy Devine Guzmán Jan 2017

"Trans-American Indigeneities", Tracy Devine Guzmán

Tracy Devine Guzmán

Forthcoming.


How High-Impact Practices Influence Academic Achievement For African American College Students Dec 2016

How High-Impact Practices Influence Academic Achievement For African American College Students

Donald Mitchell Jr., Ph.D.

Utilizing data from seven four-year public institutions in the United States, this study employed chi-square test for independence and a Mann-Whitney U test to examine the relationships between participation in high-impact practices (HIPs) and academic outcomes of undergraduate African American college students. Findings suggest the number of HIPs undergraduate African American students were involved in was associated with academic achievement. Furthermore, associations between HIPs and academic achievement differed based on class standing (i.e., first-year/second-year and junior/senior) and gender. The article closes with implications for practice and future research.


Inknography: A Digital Oral History Collection Of Tattooed Asian Americans Challenging The Model Minority Stereotype, Jessea Young Dec 2016

Inknography: A Digital Oral History Collection Of Tattooed Asian Americans Challenging The Model Minority Stereotype, Jessea Young

Jessea Young

No abstract provided.


The Intersections Of Africana Studies And Curriculum Theory: An Exploration, Theodorea Regina Berry Dec 2016

The Intersections Of Africana Studies And Curriculum Theory: An Exploration, Theodorea Regina Berry

Theodorea Regina Berry

There has been much critique of globalization now circulating in curriculum studies both nationally, in the United States, and internationally, helps us understand some of the lethal effects of globalization.  Nevertheless, little of such critique is grounded in a strong commitment to work beyond the Western epistemological perimeter.  While we, as reconceptualists in curriculum studies, acknowledge the necessity to honor the multiple sources and perspectives of knowledge, we continue to operate in spaces and with intentions embedded in globalized, traditional notions of curriculum.  This problem is especially heightened for socially marginalized learners, particularly Black/African American learners.  
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