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Who Can Really Teach Ethnic Studies?

While, optimally, such courses would be part of the entire humanities curriculum, they can’t be taught by just anyone without the proper training, writes Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo.

An Emerging Index of Inclusive Universities

How much an institution helps pay for financially disadvantaged BIPOC faculty to attend conferences indicates how equitable and embracing it truly is, writes Reem Khamis.

Notes of a DEI Search Chair

Without certain conditions, a search amounts to a public devaluing of scholars who have historically been marginalized within the academy, argues Abena Ampofoa Asare.

Red Flags, Green Signals and the White Gaze

Reshmi Dutt-Ballerstadt offers advice about how underrepresented faculty members can best navigate campus visits at predominantly white institutions.

A Love Letter to Black Women in the Academy

Know that while you may be the only one in your program or school, or on your campus, you are not alone, writes Tia Sherèe Gaynor.

A Double Standard for Students at Risk?

Universities should recognize and reconsider the differential treatment they offer Global South students fleeing persecution, writes Isabella Aung.

Encouraging Inclusivity Without Sacrificing Ourselves

Some tenets of inclusive teaching can undercut the career trajectories, classroom respect and mental health of instructors who are minoritized in our fields, writes Kerstin M. Perez.

Liberatory Leadership

BIPOC women administrators must step up and support other women of color in higher education, writes Shartriya Collier.