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by Frances Henry,Carol Tator

eBook Racism in the Canadian University: Demanding Social Justice, Inclusion, and Equity download ISBN: 0802096778
Author: Frances Henry,Carol Tator
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 1 edition (May 26, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 192
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Category: Political
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Inclusive Leadership.

Inclusive Leadership. In recent years, White-dominated communities have begun to attend more to issues of diversity and inclusion. To this effect, many communities have instituted formal diversity training sessions. Frequently, these include exercises designed to facilitate White people’s awareness of how whiteness shapes their experiences. We investigated how generation and political orientation might shape.

FRANCES HENRY and CAROL TATOR. This book attempts to critically examine some of the historical and contemporary manifestations of racism in Canadian academic institutions.

In Frances Henry and Carol Tator eds. Racism in the Canadian University: Demanding Social Justice, Inclusion . Racism in the Canadian University: Demanding Social Justice, Inclusion and Equity, 60−75. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2008 - Kobayashi, Audrey, ‘Race’ and racism in the classroom: Looking back on anger Progress in Human Geography 32 (5):696-704. Citizenship, Equity, Rights, Community, Inclusion and Social Justice (CERCIS).

the Canadian University: Demanding Social Justice, Inclusion and Equity

The issue starts with representation, or who gets in and how. According to the 2006 Census, about 14 percent of faculty positions are held by visible minorities, whereas 24 percent of all PhD-holders in Canada are visible minorities. Structural racism: racism that is imbedded in the social process of an institution; non-random and not overtly rude or violent. Also known as denial of opportunity or everyday racism.

Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 21 December 2010. Export citation Request permission.

The mission statements and recruitment campaigns for modern Canadian universities promote diverse and enlightened communities. With equal emphasis on scholarship and personal perspectives, Racism in the Canadian University is an important look at how racial minority faculty and students continue to engage in a daily struggle for safe, inclusive spaces in classrooms and among peers, colleagues, and administrators.

Extracts from books by frances henry and carol tator. From Racism in the Canadian University. In Racism in the Canadian University: Demanding Social Justice, Inclusion, and Equity (2009), we and our contributors attempt to critically examine the manifestations of racism in Canadian academic institutions.

Frances Henry is a Professor Emerita, York University. She is one of Canada's leading experts in the study of racism and anti-racism, specializing in Caribbean anthropology. Carol Tator is Course Director in the Department of Anthropology at York University. Additional information.

demanding social justice, inclusion, and equity. by Frances Henry Theoretical perspectives and manifestations of racism in the academy, Frances Henry, Carol Tator

demanding social justice, inclusion, and equity. Published 2009 by University of Toronto Press in Toronto. Theoretical perspectives and manifestations of racism in the academy, Frances Henry, Carol Tator. Now you see them, how you see them: women of colour in Canadian academia, Audrey Kobayashi. Doing academia differently': confronting 'whiteness' in the university, Patricia Monture. Caribbean students in the Canadian academy: we've come a long way?, Camille Hernandez-Ramdwar. It will happen without putting in place special measures': racially diversifying universities, Carl E. James.

book by Frances Henry. The mission statements and recruitment campaigns for modern Canadian universities promote diverse and enlightened communities. Racism in the Canadian University questions this idea by examining the ways in which the institutional culture of the academy privileges Whiteness and Anglo-Eurocentric ways of knowing. Often denied and dismissed in practice as well as policy, the various forms of racism still persist in the academy.

The mission statements and recruitment campaigns for modern Canadian universities promote diverse and enlightened communities. Racism in the Canadian University questions this idea by examining the ways in which the institutional culture of the academy privileges Whiteness and Anglo-Eurocentric ways of knowing. Often denied and dismissed in practice as well as policy, the various forms of racism still persist in the academy. This collection, informed by critical theory, personal experience, and empirical research, scrutinizes both historical and contemporary manifestations of racism in Canadian academic institutions, finding in these communities a deep rift between how racism is imagined and how it is lived.

With equal emphasis on scholarship and personal perspectives, Racism in the Canadian University is an important look at how racial minority faculty and students continue to engage in a daily struggle for safe, inclusive spaces in classrooms and among peers, colleagues, and administrators.