Contents Preface: An Invitation for Dialogue Chapter 1. Introduction: Cultural Literacy, Cultural Humility, and Reflection Section I. Knowing Ourselves Chapter 2. Who I Am Is How I Teach Sharlene Voogd Cochrane Chapter 3. Reflections on Identity and Privilege Julie A. Stanwood Chapter 4. Embracing My Social Class Transition: A Journey to More Effective Teaching Michaela Kirby Section II. Pedagogy and the Other Chapter 5. Learning as the Other: A Lesson in Human Fragility Meenakshi Chhabra Chapter 6. Becoming an Ally to Indigenous People Coleen O'Connell Chapter 7. Seizing Teachable Moments: An African American Professor's Reflections of Conversations on Race and Culture With White Students M. Francine Jennings Section III. Practice in Community Chapter 8. Culturally Responsive Professional Practices in the College Classroom and Professional Sites Marjorie A. Jones Chapter 9. Adult Learners: Where I'm From and Why It Matters Deborah D. Wright Chapter 10. Working With the Self, Walking With Another Deborah Spragg Chapter 11. Looking In and Acting Out: A Personal Search for Inclusive Pedagogical Practice Janet Sauer Reflective Exercises I. Where Are You From? II. Steppingstones in Responding to Difference III. Exploring Power in Leadership Notes for Engaging Discussions Contributor Biographies
Sharlene Voogd Cochrane is Professor Emeritus of Interdisciplinary Studies at Lesley University, USA. Meenakshi Chhabra is Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Lesley University, USA. Marjorie A. Jones is Professor of Education and Writing at Lesley University, USA. Deborah Spragg is Director of Field Training and Assistant Professor of Expressive Therapies at Lesley University, USA.