The resources on this page are meant to assist with creating inclusive curricula and learning environments. Scroll down to view the resources organized by content type.
DiAngelo, R., & Sensoy, O. (2014). Calling in: Ways of speaking, thinking, seeing: Cultivating humility, curiosity, and vision in service of anti-racist practice. Journal of Understanding and Dismantling Privilege, 4(2), 190–203. Find in a local library. Read online here.
Lerner, J. & Fulambarker, A. (2017). Beyond Diversity and Inclusion: Creating a Social Justice Agenda in the Classroom. Journal of Teaching in Social Work. 38 (1): 43-53. Find in a local library. Fielding library users can access this work by searching for the title in Taylor & Francis.
Lincoln, Yvonna S., and Elsa M. González y González. “The Search for Emerging Decolonizing Methodologies in Qualitative Research: Further Strategies for Liberatory and Democratic Inquiry.” Qualitative Inquiry 14, no. 5 (2008): 784–805. Find in a local library. Read online here.
Lintott, S. & Skitolsky, L. (2016). Inclusive Pedagogy: Beyond Simple Content. Hypatia 31(2): 447-459. Read online here.
Parker, P., Holland, D., Jennison, J., Smith, S. H., & Jackson, M. ( 2017). Decolonzing the Academy: Lessons From the Graduate Certificate in Participatory Research at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Qualitative Inquiry 10-14. Find in a local library. Fielding users may access this work by searching for the title in the SAGE database.
Zavala, M. (2013). What do we mean by decolonizing research strategies? Lessons from decolonizing, Indigenous research projects in New Zealand and Latin America. Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education, and Society 2 (1): 55-71. Read online here.