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Queer Race Pedagogy In Adult Higher Education: Dealing With Power Dynamics And Positionality Of Gay Students Of Color, Mitsunori Misawa Jul 2006

Queer Race Pedagogy In Adult Higher Education: Dealing With Power Dynamics And Positionality Of Gay Students Of Color, Mitsunori Misawa

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This paper presents a theoretical concept of the intersection of race and sexual orientation and to describe Queer Race Pedagogy (QRP) in adult higher education. This paper provides an overview of racism and heterosexism in adult higher education and the two theories that are utilized to develop QRP.


Who Can Speak For Whom? Using Counter-Storytelling To Challenge Racial Hegemony, Lisa R. Merriweather Hunn, Talmadge C. Guy, Elaine Mangliitz Jul 2006

Who Can Speak For Whom? Using Counter-Storytelling To Challenge Racial Hegemony, Lisa R. Merriweather Hunn, Talmadge C. Guy, Elaine Mangliitz

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Dialogues of socially significant forms of human difference such as race are constrained by hegemony. Critical Race Theory’s counter-storytelling is explored as a means of challenging the majoritarian stories that reinforce racial hegemony in the dominant discourse.