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Faculty Of Color: Teaching In Predominantly White Colleges And Universities (Jb Anker Series)

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Combining an overview of current research literature and 23 engaging narratives, Faculty of Color invites deeper dialogue on the experiences of faculty of color teaching in predominantly white institutions. By raising issues for commentary and investigation, the book challenges its readers to adopt effective strategies for the recruitment and retention of faculty of color ...more
Published June 15th 2006 by Anker Publishing Company, Incorporated
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Reem Al Haj Ali moved from being a dental student at the University of Jordan into an award winning professor at the School of Dentistry at the University of Missouri, Kansas in the United States.
"Since the time I was a dental student at the University of Jordan, I have dreamt of teaching in a dental school. I never imagined this dream would come true with a culture so contrary to mine," she says.
Her quote comes in a chapter contribution she makes in a timely book in the Faculty of Color which
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Series of essays by verious faculty members and their experiences in academia. Many insightful essays espe "The Temple of My Unfamiliar" and reflections by immigrants on Americans' dysfunction around race issues.
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