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The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection

The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection by Michelle D. Deardorff, Jackson State University This essay discusses concrete approaches for faculty to use when teaching a student body whose demographics and cultural backgrounds are significantly […]

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Toward an Intersectional Political Science Pedagogy

Toward an Intersectional Political Science Pedagogy by Amy Cabrera Rasmussen, California State University, Long Beach This article highlights the ways in which theoretical and empirical work on intersectionality, combined with relevant existing pedagogical literature, can […]

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The Continuing Significance of History: An Active-Learning Simulation to Teach About the Origins of Racial Inequality

The Continuing Significance of History: An Active-Learning Simulation to Teach About the Origins of Racial Inequality by Vanessa Stout, Trinity College, Dublin, Kelsy Kretschmer & Christopher Stout, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale We propose that instructors […]