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Stewart, Kristian D.; Gachago, Daniela – Whiteness and Education, 2022
This paper reports the findings of a dialogical narrative analysis conducted by two white academics in distinct higher education contexts -- one based in the United States and the other in South Africa. Through the retelling of actual classroom scenarios, the authors assess their own teaching methods, responses, and classroom practices in order to…
Descriptors: Racial Attitudes, Racism, White Teachers, College Faculty
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Evans-Winters, Venus E.; Hines, Dorothy E. – Whiteness and Education, 2020
The authors analyse how white undergraduate pre-service teachers resist anti-racist teacher education courses, and how acts of white fragility and white student resistance are employed against Black female professors. In this discussion, we draw from our experiences as two Black women faculty at two predominately white institutions (PWI). Using…
Descriptors: Whites, Racism, Social Justice, Undergraduate Students
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schneider, finn j.; Nicolazzo, Z – Whiteness and Education, 2020
This study employs critical discourse analysis to understand how two white and trans* postsecondary teachers make sense of ourselves as racialised actors who attempt to utilise critical pedagogy in our classrooms. Our discourse of whiteness was co-constituted with discourses of trans*ness and resisting trans* oppression. Analysis highlighted the…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Sexual Identity, Racism, White Teachers
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Joseph-Salisbury, Remi – Whiteness and Education, 2019
On the morning of Friday 3 February 2017, Femi Nylander -- a Black Oxford alumnus -- walked through the grounds of Oxford University's Harris Manchester College. Later that morning a CCTV image of Femi was circulated to staff and students who were urged to 'maintain vigilance'. Whilst 'post-racial' ideology insists on framing such incidents as…
Descriptors: Racism, College Students, Whites, Minority Group Students
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Murray, Susan B.; Brooks-Immel, Demerris R. – Whiteness and Education, 2019
This qualitative study examines the white racial literacy of white educators working in multi-racial institutions of higher learning. As institutional actors in positions of power, white faculty and administrators have responsibility for distributing educational resources and setting institutional priorities. Understanding the racial literacy of…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, White Teachers, College Faculty, Racism
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Pechenkina, Ekaterina; Liu, Helena – Whiteness and Education, 2018
This article extends the critical race literature in education by theorising the ways through which white power passes through the bodies of people of colour in higher education institutions. Using autoethnographic inquiry of our experiences as non-white academic and professional staff in two Australian universities, we examine the ways we became…
Descriptors: Critical Race Theory, Racial Attitudes, Racism, College Faculty
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Blankenship-Knox, Ann E. – Whiteness and Education, 2017
In this critical autoethnography, I discuss and critically reflect on some of my personal identities, specifically being a white, queer woman in the Deep South of the United States, that inform how I interact with the world and my students. I then discuss how the interplay of these identities has led me to particular pedagogical strategies for…
Descriptors: Self Concept, White Teachers, Whites, Females
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Linley, Jodi L. – Whiteness and Education, 2017
As a white assistant professor of mostly white graduate students who will become higher education leaders, I work to dismantle whiteness in my curriculum, assignments and pedagogy. I make meaning of my own white identity through my commitment to reflexivity as a constant activity. Equally salient are my identities as a queer, able-bodied,…
Descriptors: Whites, Higher Education, Critical Race Theory, College Faculty