Ourselves as Students: Multicultural Voices in the Classroom

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Ourselves as Students: Multicultural Voices in the Classroom - Broad Minds Collective, and Ancarrow, Kaaren (Editor), and Lukic, Nan Aka Nan Byrne (Editor)
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These essays by Old Dominion University students deal with two questions: What impact do their own race, class, gender, and ethnic identities have upon them as students? How do their culture and the university culture interact to affect their ability to learn? The focus of these essays is on the overlap between the students identities as students and their identities based on gender, race, class, and ethnic origin. The project began as an assignment in a women s studies class at Old Dominion University in 1993, when ...

Ourselves as Students: Multicultural Voices in the Classroom 1996, Southern Illinois University Press

ISBN-13: 9780809320882

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Ourselves as Students: Multicultural Voices in the Classroom 1996, Southern Illinois University Press

ISBN-13: 9780809320875

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