Coloring the Academic Landscape: Faculty of Color Breaking the Silence in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities

@article{Stanley2006ColoringTA,
  title={Coloring the Academic Landscape: Faculty of Color Breaking the Silence in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities},
  author={C. Stanley},
  journal={American Educational Research Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={43},
  pages={701 - 736}
}
  • C. Stanley
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • American Educational Research Journal
  • This article, based on a larger, autoethnographic qualitative research project, focuses on the first-hand experiences of 27 faculty of color teaching in predominantly White colleges and universities. The 27 faculty represented a variety of institutions, disciplines, academic titles, and ranks. They identified themselves as African American, American Indian, Asian, Asian American, Latina/o, Native Pacific Islander, and South African. This article reports on the predominant themes of the… CONTINUE READING
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