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Antiracism: A Resource Guide: For Faculty & Staff

Featured Books

CTTL Recommends . . .

Resource List from the Chronicle of Higher Education

"Teaching Race, Racism, and Racial Justice: Pedagogical Principles and Classroom Strategies for Course Instructors," by M. Brielle Harbin, Amie Thurber, and Joe Bandy. Race and Pedagogy Journal (2019).

"Barriers and Strategies by White Faculty Who Incorporate Anti-Racist Pedagogy," by Jennifer Akamine Phillips, Nate Risdon, Matthew Lamsma, Angelica Hambrick, and Alexander Jun. Race and Pedagogy Journal (2019).

"Race Matters," by David J. Asai. Cell (May 2020). This commentary looks at why students of color leave science at high rates and why it’s important to change the culture of science.

Pedagogies of Care: Open Resources for Student-Centered and Adaptive Strategies in the New Higher-Ed Landscape contains material on teaching about race and racism (2020).

"Want to Reach All of Your Students? Here’s How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive," by Viji Sathy and Kelly A. Hogan. Chronicle Advice Guide (2019).

"How to Hold a Better Class Discussion," by Jay Howard. Chronicle Advice Guide (2019).

Antiracist Pedagogy Reading List, compiled by Andrea Aebersold, director of faculty instructional development in the Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation at the University of California at Irvine.