Understanding and Dismantling Privilege

An interdisciplinary journal focusing on the intersectional aspects of privilege,  bridging academia and practice, highlighting activism, and offering a forum for creative introspection on issues of inequity, power and privilege.


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Vol 4, No 2 (2014): Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, Special Issue: Resistance to Teaching Antiracism

Drs. Ruth Thompson-Miller, Leslie Picca, and Eddie Moore Jr., Guest Editors.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Special Issue

Introduction PDF
Ruth Thompson-Miller, Leslie Picca, Eddie Moore, Jr.

Research Articles

To Lose is to Win: The Effects of Student Evaluations in a Multicultural Education Class on a Japanese Faculty with a Non-native English Accent PDF
Yukari Takimoto Amos
“And our Feelings Just Don’t Feel it Anymore”: Re-Feeling Whiteness, Resistance, and Emotionality PDF
Cheryl E. Matias
Coping with Emotional Labor: Challenges Faced and Strategies Adopted by Instructors PDF
Mangala Subramaniam, Joy Kadowaki
Antiracist Teaching Under Fire in Public Schools: A Case Study PDF
S. Eldridge, J DiFranco

Tools & Strategies

Calling in: Strategies for Cultivating Humility and Critical Thinking in Antiracism Education PDF
Robin DiAngelo, Özlem Sensoy
Transforming Resistance: Strategies for Teaching Race in the Ethnic American Literature Classroom PDF
Huining Ouyang
Thinking Twice: Uses of Comedy to Challenge Islamophobic Stereotypes PDF
Zara Maria Zimbardo

Creative Work & Self-Reflection

Dismantling the Master’s House: Black Women Faculty Challenging White Privilege/Supremacy in the College Classroom PDF
Olivia Perlow, Sharon Bethea, Durene Wheeler
Notes of a Native Son: Considerations when Discussing Race and Privilege in the Teacher's Lounge PDF
David Frank Green Jr.
Teaching and Learning Across Culture and Race: A Reflective Conversation between a White Student and a Black Teacher about Overcoming Resistance to Antiracism Practice PDF
Wanda Elaine Thomas Bernard, Bernedette Butler
In the Face of Resistance - a Lay Facilitator's Experience" PDF
Barbara Beckwith