Category Archives: Globalization/Diversity

Breaking and Mending Your Students’ Heart in Anthropology

One of the more interesting themes I’m seeing in my music Coursera course is the theme of re-examning world music through different eyes. Like most students in the course, I decided to join the course because I am interested in … Continue reading

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Multicultural Education Fail?

I’ve always had a great passion for global awareness, but there are times when even I have to admit – some multicultural awareness assignments are not as helpful as they could be. Asian History in High School For example….my capstone … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eyes on the Prize and a little on The Help

Note: This is a bit off topic, but I did want to recommend a book from the ETS diversity library as a great bit of historic writing. Hopefully I won’t stir up anything too controversial. A book review that has … Continue reading

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