September 22, 2017
Volume 64, Issue 04
Diversity in Academe
Here are four ways in which these generations differ from one another, and how administrators, faculty members, and students might bridge those gaps.
After being initially discouraged at the prospect of higher education, Robin Máxkii got degrees from two Native institutions. She had no idea what doors that experience would open for her.
Rich, white, straight men from the suburbs who comment on poverty, blackness, queerness, or systemic oppression should be greeted with skepticism. And if they hold a Ph.D. or a tenure-track job, it’s even worse.