Diversity Bibliography

Compiled and maintained by the Committee on HBCUs and Scholars of Color. (Bibliography updated: May 2007. )

Index

I.       Institutional Efforts to Diversify the Faculty
II.      Academic Hiring Guides
III.     Minority Faculty Recruitment, Hiring & Retention
IV.     Women & Minorities in the Academy
V.      Guides for Supporting Doctoral Candidates of Color
VI.     Teaching and Diversity
VII.    Campus Climate
VIII.   Psycho-Social Impact
IX.     Affirmative Action
X.      Tenure Issues
XI.     Legal Issues
XII.    Black Colleges
XIII.   Tribal Colleges
IV.     Hispanic Serving Institution
XV.    Indigenous Perspectives of Educational Research and Schooling in Global Contexts

Institutional Efforts to Diversify the Faculty

Advisory Committee on Women and Minority Faculty and Professional Staff. (1997, Jan). Final report: Executive summary. [Online]. Available from The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board website, http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/ane/

Alger, J. (1999, Spring). When color-blind is color-bland: Ensuring faculty diversity in higher education. Stanford Law and Policy Review, 10(191).

Alger, J. R. (1999). When color-blind is color-bland: Ensuring faculty diversity in higher education. Stanford Law & Policy Review, 10(191).

Antonio, A. (1999, Summer). Racial diversity and friendship groups in college: What the research tells us. Diversity Digest, 6(7), 16.

Antonio, a. l. (2000). Faculty of color and scholarship transformed: New arguments for diversifying faculty. Diverse Digest, 3(2), 6-7.

Antonio, a. l. (2003, Nov/Dec). Diverse student bodies, diverse faculties: The success or failure of ambitions to diversify faculty can depend on the diversity of student bodies. Academe, 89.

Baez, B. (2000). Race-related service and faculty of color: Conceptualizing critical agency in academe. Higher Education, 39(3), 363-391.

Bensimon, E.M., Ward, K., & Sanders, K. (2000). The department chair's role in developing new faculty into teachers and scholars. Boston, MA: Anker Publishing Co.

Brayboy, Bryan McKinley Jones (2003). The Implementation of Diversity in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities. Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 72-86

Brown University Staff. (2002, Nov 7). Brown University Seeks to Create Position to Oversee Diversity. Black Issues in Higher Education, 19(19), 10.

Coleman, A. L. (2001). Diversity in higher education: A strategic planning and policy manual. Washington, DC: The College Board.

Glazer, Nathan (2003, Summer).The Black Faculty Gap. Public Interest, 152 , 120-128 2003.

Hurtado, S., Milem, J., Clayton-Pedersen, A., & Allen, W. (1999). Enacting diverse learning environments: Improving the climate for racial/ethnic diversity in higher education. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Knowles, M. F. & Harleston, B.W. (1997). Achieving diversity in the professoriate: Challenges and opportunities. Washington, DC: American Council on Education, Washington, DC.

Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. (1998). Equal opportunity and affirmative action at the University of Minnesota. [Online]. Available from University of Minnesota website, http://www.eoaffact.umn.edu.

Schneider, A. (1998, November 20). What has happened to faculty diversity in California? Supporters and opponents of affirmative action differ on the impact of the state's ban on the use of racial preferences. The Chronicle of Higher Education, A10.

Schreiber, M.N., Juedes, D.R., Norlin, E., Rhodes, G., & Whitmire, E. (2000, Sep). Diversity web sources in higher education. Chicago: College & Research Libraries News.

Smith, D. G. (2000). How to diversify the faculty: Get beyond the myths and adopt new hiring practices if you want to add significant numbers of minority group members to the faculty. Academe, 86(5), 48-52.

Springer, A. D. (2004). How to diversify faculty: The current legal landscape. Available: http://www.aaup.org/Legal/info%20outlines/legaa.htm.

Turner, C.S.V. (2002). Diversifying the faculty: A guidebook for search committees. Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities.

Weems, Robert E. (2003). The Incorporation of Black Faculty at Predominantly White Institutions: A Historical and Contemporary Perspective. Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 101-111

Wilds, D.J. (2001). Eighteenth annual status report on minorities in higher education. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

Wilson, R. (2002, July 12). Stacking the Deck for Minority Candidates? The Chronicle of Higher Education, 48 (44), A10-A12.

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II. Academic Hiring Guides

(Educational Administration and Psychological Services) Committee on Faculty Diversity. Southwest Texas State University. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 384 324)

Formo, D. M., & Reed, C. (1999). Job search in academe: Strategic rhetorics for faculty job candidates. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Garcia, M. (2000). Succeeding in an academic career: A guide for faculty of color. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Kreeger, K. Y. (1999). Search committees: The long and winding road of academic hiring. The Scientist, 13(22).

Leonard, Jacqueline; Horvat, Erin McNamara; Riley-Tillman, T. Chris (2002). Achieving Diversity in Academia: A Dream Deferred? (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of AERA [New Orleans, LA, April 1-5, 2002]).

Lovell, Ned B.; Alexander, Mary L.; Kirkpatrick, Laura A (2002). Minority Faculty at Community Colleges. Fastback 490. Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, Bloomington, IN.

Marchese, T.J., & Lawrence, J.F. (1998). The search committee handbook: A guide to recruiting administrators. Washington, DC: American Association for Higher Education.

Martinez, Santos (2002). An Examination of Factors Associated with the Successful Institutional Hiring of Hispanic Faculty in Texas Community Colleges. Ed.D. Dissertation, Texas A&M University.

Turner, C. S. V. (2002). Diversifying the faculty: A guidebook for search committees ( 2nd ed.). Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.

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III. Minority Faculty Recruitment, Hiring & Retention

Aguirre, A. (2000). Women and minority faculty in the academic workplace: recruitment, retention, and academic culture. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Aguirre, A. J. (1987). An interpretive analysis of Chicano faculty in academe. The Social Science Journal, 24(1), 71-81.

Aguirre, A. J. (2000). Women and minority faculty in the academic workplace: Recruitment, retention, and academic culture (ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report ):

Jossey-Bass. Aguirre, A. J., & Martinez, R. O. (1993). Chicanos in higher education: Issues and dilemmas for the 21st century ( 1878380249 :): Prepared by ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, the George Washington University in cooperation with ASHE, Association for the Study of Higher Education.

Alger, J. R. (2004). Race, gender and other outreach and strategies in college and university hiring. Paper presented at the National Association of College and Uuniversity Attorneys, Atlanta.

Antonio, A.L. (2002). Racial diversity in the student body: A compelling need for retaining faculty of color. Plenary paper from the keeping our faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

B. J., & Harvey, W. (2002). The socialization of Black college faculty: Implications for policy and practice. Review of Higher Education, 25(3), 297-314.

Baez, B. (2002). "Race" work and faculty of color: Changing the academy from within. Plenary paper from the keeping our faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Barnett, Ernest; Gibson, Meichelle; Black, Pam (2003). Proactive Steps to Successfully Recruit, Retain, and Mentor Minority Educators. Journal of Early Education and Family Review, 10(3), 18-28.

Chait, R. P., & Trower, C. A. (2002). Faculty diversity: Too little for too long. Available: http://www.harvard-magazine.com/on-line/030218.html.

Chused, R. H. (1988). The hiring and retention of minorities and women on American law school faculties. University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 137, 537-569.

Committee on Women in Psychology and APA Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention, and Training in Psychology. (1998). Surviving and thriving in academia: A guide for women and ethnic minorities. Washington, DC:

 A Astin, H. S., Antonio, A. L., Cress, C. M., & Astin, A. W. (1997). Race and ethnicity in the American professorate, 1995-1996. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA: Higher Education Research Institute, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies.

Creamer, E. G. (1998). Assessing faculty publication productivity: Issues of equity. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report, 26(2). Washington, DC: The George Washington University Graduate School of Education and Human Development.

 Cuadraz, G. H. (1993). Meritocracy (un)challenged: The making of a Chicano and Chicana professoriate and professional class., University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA.

DiversityWeb [electronic journal]. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities & University of Maryland. Available at www.diversityweb.org.

Dixon-Reeves, Regina (2003). Mentoring as a Precursor to Incorporation: An Assessment of the Mentoring Experience of Recently Minted Ph.D.s. Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 12-27

Dumas-Hines, F.A., Cochran, L. L., & Williams, E. U. (2001, Sep). Promoting Diversity: Recommendations for recruitment and retention of minorities in Higher Education. College Student Journal, 35 (3), 433-441.

Essien, Victor (2003). Visible and Invisible Barriers to the Incorporation of Faculty of Color in Predominantly White Law Schools. Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 63-71

García, M., & Moses, Y. T. (2000). Succeeding in an academic career: A guide for faculty of color. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.

Harris, P.G. (1989, July/Aug). "Almost 50 ways…" AGB Reports, 32-33.

Hernández, E. I., & Davis, K. G. (2002). From sacred tower to beacon of hope: Opening institutional doors to foster Hispanic theological education. Perspectivas, 29-40. Johnson,

Hune, S. (1998). Asian Pacific American women in higher education: Claiming visibility and voice. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.

Hune, S., & Chan, K.S. (1997). Special focus: Asian Pacific American demographic and educational trends. 15th Annual Status Report. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

Jones, L. (Ed.). (2001). Retaining African Americans in higher education: Challenging paradigms for retaining students, faculty and administrators. Stylus Publishing: Herndon, VA.

Leonard, J., Horvat, E. M., & Riley-Tillman, T. C. (2002). Achieving diversity in academia: A dream deferred? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Manzo, K.K. (2000, Aug 21). The faculty of colors. Community College Week, 13(1), 7-9.

McQueen, M. (2002, Jul/Aug). What about diverse faculty? The Quill, 90(6), 19-21.

Minorities in higher education 2002-2003: Twentieth annual report status report (2003). Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

 Morris, C. A. (2000). Strategies for recruitment and retention of faculty of color in community colleges. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Texas, Austin, TX.

Moss, L. E. T. (2000). Recruitment, retention, and mentoring of female and minority faculty in higher education. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR

Myers, S. L., Jr. and Turner, C. S. (2001). Affirmative action retrenchment and labor market outcomes for African-American faculty. In B. Lindsay and M. Justiz (Eds.), The Quest for Equity in Higher Education: Towards New Paradigms in an Evolving Affirmative Action Era. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Owino, A. Z. (2000). An investigation of the hiring trends of women and minority faculty in institutions of higher learning. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA.

Pérez, Z. M. (2002). Toward recruiting and retaining Latino students and faculty: Gauging commitment. Perspectivas, 15-26

Rai, K., & Critzer, J. (2000). Affirmative action and the university: Race, ethnicity, and gender in higher education employment. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

Reflecting on 20 years on minorities in higher education and the ACE annual status report (2004). Washington, DC: American Council on Education: Center for Advancement of Racial and Ethnic Equity.

Shattering the silence: Minority professors break into the ivory tower. (1997). Produced and directed by S. Nelson and G. Pellett. 90 min. California Newsreel. Videocassette.

Smith, D. G., Turner, C. S. V., Osefi-Kofi, N., & Richards, S. (2004). Interrupting the usual: Successful strategies for hiring diverse faculty. The Journal of Higher Education, 75(2), 133-160.

The Voice of Hispanic higher education(1996). Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities. Available: http://www.hacu.net/hacu/The_Voice1_EN.asp?SnID=5457706315].

Through My Lens. (1999). Produced and directed by the Women of Color in the Academy Project. 15 min. The University of Michigan: Center for the Education of Women. Videocassette.

Thurman, T. (2002, Aug 15). Are we there yet? Retaining faculty of color. Black Issues in Higher Education, 19(13), 58.

Tippeconnic, J. (2002). American Indian and Alaskan Native faculty in academe: The good, the bad, and the ugly. Plenary paper from the keeping our faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Tippeconnic, J., White, J., Barcelo, R., Spear, P., & Harvey, W. (2002). Issues panel-plenary session transcripts: From the keeping our faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Trower, & Chait. (2002). Faculty diversity: Too little for too long. Plenary paper from the keeping our faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Trower, C. A. (2002). Why so few minority faculty and what to do? Connection, 17(2), Boston: New England Board of Higher Education, pp.25-27.

Turner, C. S. V., & Smith, D. (2002). Hiring faculty of color: Research on the search committee process and implications for practice. Keeping our faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Turner, C. S., & Taylor, D. V. (2002). Keeping our faculties: Addressing the recruitment and retention of faculty of color. Position paper and call for action emerging from the Keeping our Faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Turner, C. S.V., Myers, S.L., & Creswell, J.W. (1999, Jan/Feb). Exploring underrepresentation: The case of faculty of color in the Midwest. Journal of Higher Education, 70(1), 27-60.

Turner, C.S. (2000). Defining success: Promotion and tenure -- Planning for early career stage and beyond. In M. Garcia (Ed.), Succeeding in an academic career: A guide for faculty of color. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.

Turner, C.S. (May 1999). Minority faculty recruitment and retention: Creating supportive environments. Black Issues in Higher Education, 16 (7) 36.

Turner, C.S., & Taylor, D. V. (2002) Keeping our faculties: Addressing the recruitment and Retention of faculty of color. Position paper and call for action emerging from the Keeping our Faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs.

Turner, C.S.V. (2000). New faces, new knowledge. Academe, 86(5), 34-38.

Turner, C.S.V., & Myers, S.L. (2000). Faculty of color in academe: Bittersweet success. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Turner, Caroline S. (2003). Incorporation and Marginalization in the Academy: From Border toward Center for Faculty of Color? Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 112-125.

Villalpando, O., & Delgado Bernal, D. (2002). A critical race theory analysis of barriers that impede the success of faculty of color. In P. W. Smith & P. G. Altbach & K. Lomotey (Eds.), The racial crisis in American higher education: Continuing challenges for the twenty-first century (pp. 243-269). Albany: State University of New York Press.

Zamboanga, B.L., & Bingman, L.G. (2001, July 19). Black Issues in Higher Education, 18(11), 160.

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IV. Women and Minorities in the Academy

(2002). Roadblocks on the Road to Diversity. Trusteeship, 10(3), 13-18.
Abstract: Five presidential search experts respond to a query on why there are not more females and minorities leading U.S. colleges and universities today.

Advisory Committee on Women and Minority Faculty and Professional Staff. (1997). Final report executive summary available online at http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/cfbin/ArchBottom.cfm?DocID=19&Format=HTML

Agathangelou, A.M., & Ling, L.H.M. (2002, Dec). An Unten(ur)able Position: The Politics of Teaching for Women of Color in the US. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 4(3), 368-399.

Aguirre, A. (2000). Women and minority faculty in the academic workplace: recruitment, retention, and academic culture. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

 Alexander, M. W. (1990). Black women in academia. In B. Guy-Sheftall (Ed.), Words of fire: An anthology of African American feminist thought (pp. 453-460). New York: Feminist Press.

Alger, J. R. (2002). Coloring between the (legal) lines: Faculty diversity and the law. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Astin, A. W., & Astin, H. (1999). Meaning and spirituality in the lives of college faculty: A study of values, authenticity, and stress.

Azoulay, K.G. (1998). (White) women and (racial) diversity in the academy: Reflections on intentions and interventions. Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies, 20(3), 211-217.

Baez, B. (2000). Race-related service and faculty of color: Conceptualizing critical agency in academe. Higher Education, 39(3), 363-391.

Benjamin, L. (Ed.). (1997). Black women in the academy: Promises and perils. Gainsville, FL: University Press of Florida.

Bernal, D. D., & Villalpando, O. (2002). An apartheid of knowledge in academia: The struggle over the "legitimate" knowledge of faculty of color. Equity & Excellence in Education, 35(2), 169-180.

Blackshire-Belay, C. (1998). Under attack: The status of minority faculty members in the academy. Academe, 84(4), 30-36.

Bower, B.L., & Schwartz, R.A. (1997, March). Ain't I a woman, too? Tracing the experiences of African American women in graduate programs in education. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 414 773)

Butner, B. K., Burley, H., & Marbley, A. F. (2000). Coping with the unexpected: Black faculty at predominantly white institutions. Journal of Black Studies, 30(3), 453-462.

Cross, T. (1994). Black faculty at Harvard: Does the pipeline defense hold water? The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 4, 42-46.

Delgado Bernal, D., & Villalpando, O. (2002). The apartheid of knowledge in the academy:  The struggle over "legitimate" knowledge for faculty of color. Journal of Equity and Excellence in Education, Special Issue on Critical Race Theory in Education, 35(2), 169-180.

Erickson, C.D., & Rodriguez, E.R. (1999, Winter). Indiana Jane and the temples of doom: Recommendations for enhancing women and racial/ethnic faculty's success in academia. Innovative Higher Education, 24(2), 149-168.

Essed, P. (2000, Sep). Dilemmas in leadership: Women of colour in the academy. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 23(3), 888-904.

Essien, V. (2003). Visible and invisible barriers to the incorporation of faculty of color in predominantly white law schools. Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 63-71.

Gandara, P. C. (1995). Over the ivy walls: The educational mobility of low income Chicanos. New York: State University of New York Press.

Gerdes, Eugenia Proctor (2003). Do It Your Way: Advice from Senior Academic Women. Innovative Higher Education, 27(4), 253-75

Gonzalez, C. M. (2002). The Latina/o faculty: A perilous journey to the ivory tower in higher education. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Hamilton, K. (2003). Mission Possible. Black Issues in Higher Education, 20(18), 24-28.

Hamilton, K. (2004). Faculty members weigh in on the gender divide in academia. Black Issues in Higher Education, 21(3), 38-39.

Hamlet, J. D. (1999). Giving the sistuhs their due: The lived experiences of African American women in academia. In T. McDonald & T. Ford-Ahmed (Eds.), Nature of a sistuh: Black women's lived experiences in contemporary culture. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

Harvey, W. B. (2001). Minorities in higher education 2000-2001: Eighteenth annual report status report. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

Jones, L. (Ed.). (2000). Brothers of the academy: Up and coming black scholars earning our way in higher education. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Jones, L. (Ed.). (2002). Making it on broken promises: African American male scholars confront the culture of higher education. Herndon, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Jones, L. (Ed.). (2002). Making it on broken promises: Leading African American male scholars confront the culture in higher education. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Malveaux, J. (1999, April 15). The devil is in the discriminating details. Black Issues in Higher Education, 16(4), 54.

McKenzie, M. M. (2002). Labor above and beyond the call: A black woman scholar in the academy. In S. Harley & T. W. a. W. Collective (Eds.), Sister circle: Black women and work. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Medina, C., & Luna, G. (2000). Narratives from Latina professors in higher education. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 31(1), 47-66.

Moody, J. (2004). Faculty diversity: Problems and solutions. New York: Routledge.

Peterson-Hickey, M. M. (1998). American Indian faculty experiences: Culture as a challenge and source of strength. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN.

Phillips, Rhonda (2002). Recruiting and Retaining a Diverse Faculty. Planning for Higher Education, 30(4),32-39.

Rains, F. V. (1995). Views from within: Women faculty of color in a research university. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

Robst, John; VanGilder, Jennifer; Polachek, Solomon (2003). Perceptions of Female Faculty Treatment in Higher Education: Which Institutions Treat Women More Fairly? Economics of Education Review, 22(1), 59-67.

Sadao, K. C. (2003). Living in two worlds: Success and the bicultural faculty of color. Review of Higher Education, 26(4), 397-418.

Segura, D. A. (2003). Navigating between two worlds: The labyrinth of Chicana intellectual production in the academy. Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 28-51.

Thomas, G. D., & Hollenshead, C. (2001). Resisting from the margins: The coping strategies of Black women and other women of color faculty members at a research university. Journal of Negro Education, 70(3), 166-175.

Thomas, G.D., & Hollenshead, C. (2001, Summer). Resisting from the margins: The coping strategies of black women and other women of color faculty members at a research university. The Journal of Negro Education, 70(3), 166-175.

Turner, C. S. V. (2002). Women of color in academe: Living with multiple marginality. The Journal of Higher Education, 73(1), 74-93.

Turner, C. S. V., & Myers, S. L. (2000). Faculty of color in academe: Bittersweet success. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Turner, C. S. V., & Myers, S. L. J. (2000). Faculty of color in academe: Bittersweet success. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Turner, C.S. (2002) Women of color in academe: Living with multiple marginality. Journal of Higher Education, 73(1), 74-93.

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V. Guides for Supporting Doctoral Candidates of Color

Abraham, Ansley A. (2001). Milestone Graduates: The First 100. SREB-State Doctoral Scholars Program. (Southern Regional Education Board, Atlanta, GA.)

Bogle, E. E., Blondin, J.A., Miller, J.L., & PFF staff. (1997). A memo to graduate students: Preparing to be the faculty of the future. Occasional Paper Number 5. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities and Council of Graduate Schools.

Brown, M.C., Davis, G.L., & McClendon, S. (1999). Mentoring graduate student of color: Myths, models, and modes. Peabody Journal of Education, 74(2), 105-118.

Davidson, M.N., & Foster-Johnson, L. (2001, Winter). Mentoring in the preparation of graduate researchers of color. Review of Educational Research, 71(4), 549-574.

Modern Language Association Committee on Professional Employment. (1998). Final report: The committee's recommendations to graduate programs. New York: Modern Language Association of America.

Preparing future faculty: A national program. Program description. (1997). Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities and Council of Graduate Schools.

Tam, Kai Yung (Brian); Rousseau, Marilyn K.(2001). Recruiting Minority Students into Special Education Doctoral Programs: A Survey of Students' Knowledge of Higher Education. Journal of College Student Retention, 2(1), 1-11.

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VI. Teaching and Diversity

Alger, J. (1997, Jan/Feb). The educational value of diversity. Academe, 20-23.

Alger, J. R., Chapa, J., Gudeman, R. H., Marin, P., Maruyama, G., Milem, J. F., Moreno, J., & Wilds, D. J. (2000). Does diversity make a difference?: Three research studies on diversity in college classrooms. Washington, DC: American Council on Education and the American Association of University Professors.

Alicea-Lugo, B. (1998). Salsa y adobo: Latino/Latina contributions to theological education. Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 52, 129-144.

Antonio, A.L. (2002). Faculty of color reconsidered: Reassessing contributions to scholarship. The Journal of Higher Education, 582-602.

Antonio, A. L. (2002, Sep/Oct). Faculty of color reconsidered. The Journal of Higher Education, 73(5), 582-602.

Center for the integration of research, teaching, and learning diversity institute, 2004-2005(2004). Available: http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/cirtl/diversityinstitute/.

Clary-Lemon, Jennifer (2003). Critical Multiculturalism, Pedagogy, and Rhetorical Theory: A Negotiation of Recognition. (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication [54th, New York, NY, March 19-22, 2003]).

Cohen, G., Steele, C., & Ross, L. (1999). The mentor's dilemma: Providing critical feedback across the racial divide. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 25(10), 1302-1318.

Diversity Web(2004). University of Maryland and the Association of American Colleges and Universities. Available: http://www.diversityweb.org/.

Gasman, Marybeth, Cynthia Gerstl-Pepin, Sibby Anderson-Thompkins, Lisa Rasheed, and Karry Hathaway (2004), Developing Trust, Negotiating Power: Transgressing Race and Status in the Academy, Teachers College Record, 106 (4).

Getz, Cheryl; Kirkley, Evelyn A.(2003). Queering the Ethical School: A Model for Sexual Orientation Education at a Religiously-Affiliated Institution. (Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (84th, Chicago, IL, April 21-25, 2003]).

Gudeman, R. (2000, May). College missions, faculty teaching and student outcomes in a context of low diversity. ACE/AAUP: Does diversity make a difference? Three studies on college classrooms. Washington, DC: ACE Press.

Gudeman, R. (2001). Faculty experience with diversity: A case study of Macalester College. In G. Orfield, & M. Kurlaender (Eds.), Diversity challenged: Evidence on the impact of affirmative action (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Publishing Group.

Gudeman, R. (2004). Building better scholarly environments: One faculty member's perspective on the value of diversity. Available: http://www.aaup.org/Issues/AffirmativeAction/Articles/aagudemn.htm.

Gurin, Patricia; Dey, Eric L.; Hurtado, Sylvia; Gurin, Gerald (2002). Diversity and Higher Education: Theory and Impact on Educational Outcomes. Harvard Educational Review, 72(3), 330-366.

Hurtado, Sylvia (1999). Reaffirming Educators' Judgment: Educational Value of Diversity. Liberal Education, 85(2), 24-31.

Laden, B. V., & Hagedorn, L. S. (2000). Job satisfaction among faculty of color in Academe: Individual survivors or institutional transformers? New Directions for Institutional Research, 27(1), 57-66.

Mellow, Gail O., van Slyck, Phyllis; Eynon, Bret (2003). The Face of the Future: Engaging in Diversity at LaGuardia Community College. Change, 35(2), 10-17.

Neel-Barnett, A., Mitchell, M., & Boeltar, C. (2002, Winter). Faculty of color serving students, serving self. Teaching of Psychology, 29(1), 44-45.

Ngugi wa Thiong'o (1993).  Decolonizing the mind:  The politics of language in African literature.  London:  James Currey. 

Otten, Matthias (2003). Intercultural Learning and Diversity in Higher Education. Journal of Studies in International Education, 7(1), 12-26.

Quezada, R., & Louque, A. (2002, Spring). Developing diverse faculty in culturally proficient education programs. Multicultural Education, 9(3), 10-14.

Rendon, L. (1996). From the barrio to the academy: Revelations of a Mexican American "scholarship girl". In C. S. V. Turner & M. Garcia & A. Nora & L. I. Rendon (Eds.), Racial & ethnic diversity in higher education (pp. 281-287).

Springer, A. D. (2004, Jul/Aug). Faculty diversity in a brave new world. Academe

Steele, C. (1997). A threat in the air: How stereotypes shape intellectual identity and performance. American Psychologist, 52(6), 613-629.

Steele, C. (1998). Stereotyping and its threat are real. American Psychologist, 53(6), 680-681.

Steele, C. (1999, Aug). Thin ice: "Stereotype threat" and black college students. The Atlantic Monthly, 44-54.

Torres, Vasti; Howard-Hamilton, Mary F.; Cooper, Diane L. (2003). Identity Development of Diverse Populations: Implications for Teaching and Administration in Higher Education. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report. Jossey-Bass Higher and Adult Education Series.

Turner, C. S. V. (2000). New faces, new knowledge: As women and minorities join the faculty, they bring intellectual diversity in pedagogy and in scholarship. Academe, 86(5), 34-37.

Turner, C. S. V., Antonio, A. L., Garcia, M., Laden, B., Nora, A., & Presley (Eds.). (2002). Racial & ethnic diversity in higher education. ASHE reader series (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Custom Publishing.

Vargas, L. (Ed.). (2002). Women faculty of color in the white classroom: Narratives on the pedagogical implications of teacher diversity. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

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VII. Campus Climate

Castellanos, J., & Jones, L. (Eds.). (2003). The majority in the minority: Expanding the representation of Latina/o faculty, administrators and students in higher education. Herndon, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Cole, S., & Barber, E. G. (2003). Increasing faculty diversity: The occupational choices of high-achieving minority students. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press.

Dovidio, J., Gaertner, S.L., Niemann, Y.F., & Snider, K. (2001). Racial, ethnic, and cultural differences in responding to distinctiveness and discrimination on campus: Stigma and common group identity. Journal of Social Issues, 57(1), 167-188.

Eberhardt, J., & Fiske, S. (Eds.). (1998). Confronting racism: The problem and the response. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Feagin, J., & Sikes, M. (1995). How Black students cope with racism on White campuses. Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 91-97.

Ginorio, A. B. (1995). Warming the climate for women in academic science. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities.

Horton, H. W. (2000). Perspectives on the current status of the racial climate relative to students, staff, and faculty of color at predominantly white colleges/universities in America. Equity & Excellence in Education, 33(3), 35-37.

Horton, H.W. (2000, Dec). Perspectives on the current status of the racial climate relative to students, staff, and faculty of color at predominantly white colleges/university in America. Equity & Excellence in Education, 33(3), 35-37.

Pellett, G., & Nelson, S. (1996). Shattering the silences (G. Pellett & S. Nelson, Director). In G. Pellett & S. Nelson (Producer). New York, NY: Gail Pellett Productions.

Phillip, M.-C. (1993). Feminism in black and white: Despite gains, sexism and racism present unique hurdle for black women in academia. Black Issues in Higher Education, 11, 12-17.

Reid, Landon D.; Radhakrishnan, Phanikiran, (2003). Race Matters: The Relation between Race and General Campus Climate. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 9(3), 263-275.

Rothman, Stanley; Lipset, Seymour Martin; Nevitte, Neil (2003). Racial Diversity Reconsidered. Public Interest, 151, 25-38.

Thompson, C. P., Anderson, L., & Bakeman, R. (2000). Effects of racial socialization and racial identity on acculturative stress in African American college students. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 6(2), 196-210.

Turner, C. S. (2003). Incorporation and marginalization in the academy: From border toward center for faculty of color? Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 112-125.

Whitla, Dean K.; Orfield, Gary; Silen, William; Teperow, Carole; Howard, Carolyn; Reede, Joan (2003). Educational Benefits of Diversity in Medical School: A Survey of Students. Academic Medicine, 78(5), 460-466.

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VIII. Psycho-Social Impact

Alvarez, A., & Helms, J. (2001). Racial identity and reflected appraisals as influences on Asian Americans' racial adjustment. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 7(3), 217-231.

Batson, C., Polycarpou, M., Harmon-Jones, E., Imhoff, H., Mitchener, E., Bednar, L., Klein, T., & Highberger, L. (1997). Empathy and attitudes: Can feeling for a member of a stigmatized group improve feelings toward the group? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72(1), 105-118.

Baumeister, R. F. (1997). The self and society: Changes, problems, and opportunities. In R.D. Ashmore, & L.J. Jussim (Eds.). Self and identity: Fundamental Issues (pp. 191-217). NY: Oxford University Press.

Blaine, B. (2000). The psychology of diversity: Perceiving and experiencing social difference. Mayfield.

Brown, R., & Josephs, R. (1999). A burden of proof: Stereotype relevance and gender differences in math performance. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 76(2), 246-257.

Cress, Christine M.; Ikeda, Elaine K.( 2003). Distress under Duress: The Relationship between Campus Climate and Depression in Asian American College Students. NASPA Journal, 40(2).

Deux, K., & Ethier, K. (1998). Negotiating social identity. In J. Swim, & C. Stangor (Eds.), Prejudice: The target's perspective (pp. 301-323). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Devine, P., Plant, E.A., Amodio, D., Harmon-Jones, E., & Vance, S. (2002). The regulation of explicit and implicit race bias: The role of motivations to respond without prejudice. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 82(5), 792-803.

Dovidio, J., & Gaertner, S. (1999). Reducing prejudice: Combating intergroup biases. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 8(4), 101-105.

Duncan, Greg J.; Boisjoly, Johanne; Levy, Dan M.; Kremer, Michael; Eccles, Jacque (2003). Empathy or Antipathy? The Consequences of Racially and Socially Diverse Peers on Attitudes and Behaviors. Joint Center for Poverty Research, IL., 2003.

Esqueda, C. (1997). European American students' perceptions of crimes committed by five racial groups. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 27, 1406-1420.

Forbes, H. D. (1997). Ethnic conflict: commerce, culture and the contact hypothesis. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Frable, D. (1997). Gender, racial, ethnic, sexual and class identities. Annual Review of Psychology, 48, 139-162.

Gaertner, S., & Dovidio, J. (2000). Reducing intergroup bias: The common in-group identity model. Philadelphia: Psychology Press.

Gurin, P., Peng, T., Lopez, G., & Nagda, B. (1999). Context, identity, and intergroup relations. In D. Prentice, & D. Miller (Eds.), Cultural divides: Understanding and overcoming group conflict (pp. 133-172). NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

Harber, K. (1998). Feedback to minorities: Evidence of a positive bias. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74(3), 622 - 628.

Major, B., Quinton, W., McCoy, S., & Schmader, T. (2000). Reducing prejudice: The target's perspective. In S. Oskamp (Ed.), Reducing prejudice and discrimination (pp. 211-237). Maywah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Operario, D., & Fiske, S. (1998). Racism equals power plus prejudice: A social psychological equation for racial oppression. In J.L. Eberhardt, & S.T. Fiske (Eds.), Confronting racism: The problem and the response. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Oskamp, S. (Ed.). Reducing prejudice and discrimination. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Phinney, J., Ong, A., & Madden, T. (2000). Cultural values and intergenerational value discrepancies in immigrant and non-immigrant families. Child Development, 71, 528 - 539.

Radloff, Timothy D.; Evans, Nancy (2003). The Social Construction of Prejudice among Black and White College Students. NASPA Journal, 40(2).

Rowley, S., Sellers, R., Chavous, T., & Smith, M. (1998). The relationship between racial identity and self-esteem in African-American college and high school students. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74(3), 715 - 724.

Swim, J.K., & Stangor, C. (Eds.). (1998). Prejudice: The target's perspective. NY: Academic Press.

Tatum, B. D. (1999). Why are all the Black kids sitting together in the cafeteria? And other conversations about race. NY: Basic Books.

Wolsko, C., Park, B., Judd, C., & Wittenbrink, B. (2000). Framing interethnic ideology: Effects of multicultural and color-blind perspectives on judgments of groups and individuals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 78(4), 635-654.

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IX. Affirmative Action

Affirmative action plans: Recommended procedures for increasing the number of minority persons and women on college and university faculties(2004). American Association of University Professors. Available: http://www.aaup.org/statements/Redbook/AARDPLAN.HTM.

Bunzel, J.H. (1998). Affirmative action in higher education: A dilemma of conflicting principles. Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University.

Crosby, F. J., & VanDeVeer, C. (Eds.). (2000). Sex, race, and merit: Debating affirmative action in education and employment. Ann Arbor, MI: The University of Michigan Press.

Dworkin, R. (1998, Nov 5). Is affirmative action doomed? The New York Review of Books, 56-60.

Federico, C., & Sidanius, J. (2002). Racism, ideology, and affirmative action revisited: The antecedents and consequences of 'principled objections' to affirmative action. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 82(4), 488-502.

Garcia, M. (Ed.). (1997). Affirmative action's testament of hope: Strategies for a new era in higher education. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Karen Kurotsuchi Inkelas (2003). Diversity's Missing Minority: Asian Pacific American Undergraduates' Attitudes Toward Affirmative Action. Journal of Higher Education, 74(6).

Landry, Carol Couvillion (2003). Retention of Women and People of Color: Unique Challenges and Institutional Responses. Journal of College Student Retention, 4(1), 1-13.

Myers, S. L. J., & Turner, C. S. V. (2001). Affirmative action retrenchment and labor market outcomes for African-American faculty. In B. Lindsay & M. J. Justiz (Eds.), The quest for equity in higher education: Toward new paradigms in an evolving affirmative action era (pp. 63-98). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action. (1998). Equal opportunity and affirmative action at the University of Minnesota. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota.

Rai, K. B., & Critzer, J. W. (2000). Affirmative Action and the University: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Higher Education Employment. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

Robinson, Nina (2003). Undergraduate Access to the University of California after the Elimination of Race-Conscious Policies. California Univ., Berkeley. Office of the President

Schneider, A. (1998, Nov 20). What has happened to faculty diversity in California? Supporters and opponents of affirmative action differ on the impact of the state's ban on the use of racial preferences. The Chronicle of Higher Education, A10.

Truax, K., Cordova, D., Wood, A., Wright, E., & Crosby, F. (1998). Undermined? Affirmative action from the targets' point of view. In J. Swim, & C. Stangor (Eds.), Prejudice: The target's perspective. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Zamani, Eboni M.; Brown, M. Christopher (2003). Affirmative Action in Postsecondary Educational Settings: The Historic Nexus of Meritocracy and Access in U.S. Higher Education. Higher Education Policy, 16(1), 27-38.

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X. Tenure Issues

Baez, B. (1997). How faculty of color construct the promotion and tenure process. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Syracuse Univeristy, Syracuse, NY.

Cooper, J. E., & Stevens, D. D. (Eds.). (2002). Tenure in the sacred grove: Issues and strategies for women and minority faculty. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Fenelon, J. (2003). Race, Research, and Tenure: Institutional Credibility and the Incorporation of African, Latino, and American Indian faculty. Journal of Black Studies, 34(1), 87-100.

Cooper, Joanne E.; Stevens, Dannelle D., Eds. (2002). Tenure in the Sacred Grove: Issues and Strategies for Women and Minority Faculty. Albany: SUNY Press.

Moody, J. (2000, May/June). Tenure and diversity: some different voices. Academe, 86(3), 30-33.

Perez, E. T. (2001). Negotiating tenure and promotion: An examination of legitimate scholarship productions, academic ambassadors and institutional dislocation of Latina/o professors in the midwest. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE.

Ruffins, P. (1997, Oct 16). The fall of the house of tenure. Black Issues in Higher Education, 14, 19-26.

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XI. Legal Issues

(2003). Brief of Amici Curiae Columbia University, Cornell University, Georgetown University, Rice University, and Vanderbilt University in Support of Respondents. In the Supreme Court of the United States, Barbara Grutter, Petitioner, v. Lee Bollinger, et al., Respondents. Jennifer Gratz and Patrick Hamacher, Petitioners, v. Lee Bollinger, et al., Respondents on Writs of Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

(2003). The Supreme Court of the United States Syllabus: Grutter v. Bollinger et al. Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Argued April 1, 2003; Decided June 23, 2003.

Abram, Suzanne (2003). The Americans with Disabilities Act in Higher Education: The Plight of Disabled Faculty. Journal of Law & Education, 32(1), 1-19.

Cho, S. (2002). Denying discrimination in the courts. Plenary paper from the keeping our faculties symposium. University of Minnesota: Office of the Associate Vice President for Multicultural and Academic Affairs. Available: http://omaweb.stu.umn.edu/kof/proceedings.html.

Hora, Mary (2001). The Courts and Academia: Tenure Discrimination Claims Against Colleges and Universities. Journal of Law and Education, 30(2), 349-356.

Katyal, Neal Kumar (2003). Why Affirmative Action in American Colleges and Universities Should Be Constitutional. Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, 39, 96-103.

Schmidt, Peter (2003). Excluding Some Races from Programs? Expect a Letter from a Lawyer. Chronicle of Higher Education, 49(26), A22-A23.

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XII. Black Colleges

(2002). White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Department of Education, Washington, DC.

Allen, Walter R.; Jewell, Joseph O. (2002). A Backward Glance Forward: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Review of Higher Education, 25(3), 241-261.

Brown, M. Christopher (2001). Collegiate Desegregation and the Public Black College: A New Policy Mandate. Journal of Higher Education, 72(1), 46-62.

Brown, M. Christopher (2003). Emics and Etics of Researching Black Colleges: Applying Facts and Avoiding Fallacies. New Directions for Institutional Research, 118, 27-40.

Freeman, Kassie, Thomas Gail E. (2002). Black Colleges and College Choice: Characteristics of Students Who Choose HBCUs. Review of Higher Education, 25(3).

Fries-Britt, Sharon L.; Turner, BridgetTitle (2002). Uneven Stories: Successful Black Collegians at a Black and a White Campus. Review of Higher Education, 25(3), 315-330.

Gasman, Marybeth and Sibby Anderson-Thompkins (2003). Fund-Raising from Black College Alumni: Successful Strategies for Supporting Alma Mater. Washington, D.C.: CASE Publications.

Johnson, Barbara J.; Harvey, William (2002). The Socialization of Black College Faculty: Implications for Policy and Practice. Review of Higher Education, 25(3), 297-314.

Kim, Mikyong Minsun (2002). Historically Black vs. White Institutions: Academic Development among Black Students. Review of Higher Education, 25(4), 385-407.

Outcalt, Charles L, Skewes-Cox, Thomas Edmund (2002). Involvement, Interaction, and Satisfaction: The Human Environment at HBCUs. Review of Higher Education, 25(3).

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XIII. Tribal Colleges

(2003). Events Leading to the Passage of the Tribally Controlled Community College Assistance Act of 1978. Journal of American Indian Education, 42(1), 6-21.

Ah Nee-Benham, Maenette Kape'ahiokalani Padeken; Stein, Wayne J., Eds. (2003). The Renaissance of American Indian Higher Education: Capturing the Dream. Report of the Kellogg Foundation, Battle Creek, MI.

Brown, Donna (2003). Tribal Colleges: Playing a Key Role in the Transition from Secondary to Postsecondary Education for American Indian Students. Journal of American Indian Education, 42(1), 36-45.

Cunningham, Alisa Federico; Redmond, Christina (2001). Building Strong Communities: Tribal Colleges as Engaged Institutions. Institute for Higher Education Policy, Washington, DC., 2001

O'Laughlin, Jeanie (2002). Financing of Tribal Colleges. In: An Imperfect World: Resonance from the Nation's Violence. 2002 Monograph Series, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the National Association of African American Studies, the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, the National Association of Native American Studies, and the International Association of Asian Studies (Houston, TX, February 11-16, 2002).

Ortiz, Anna M.; Boyer, Paul (2003). Student Assessment in Tribal Colleges. New Directions for Institutional Research, 118, 41-49.

Pavel, D. Michael; Skinner, Rebecca Rak; Farris, Elizabeth; Cahalan, Margaret; Tippeconnic, John; Stein, Wayne (1999).American Indians and Alaska Natives in Postsecondary Education. Education Statistics Quarterly, 1(1), 67-74.

Phillips, John L. (2003). A Tribal College Land Grant Perspective: Changing the Conversation. Journal of American Indian Education, 42(1), 22-35.

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XIV. Hispanic Serving Institutions

(2002). National Articulation and Transfer Network (NATN): Building an Alternative Pathway for Underserved Student Populations To Access Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) & Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCU). NATN Report, City College of San Francisco, CA.

Cejda, Brent D.; Casparis, Cindy; Rhodes, Jeff (2002). Influences on the Educational Decisions of Hispanic Students Enrolled in Hispanic Serving Institutions. Notes: (Presented at the Annual Conference of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges [Seattle, WA, April 19-20, 2002]).

Laden, Berta Vigil (2001). Hispanic-Serving Institutions: Myths and Realities. Peabody Journal of Education, 76(1), 73-92.

Stearns, Christina; Watanabe, Satoshi (2002). Hispanic Serving Institutions: Statistical Trends from 1990 to 1999. National Center for Education Statistics (ED), Washington, DC.; American Institutes for Research, Washington, DC.  

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XV. Indigenous Perspectives of Educational Research and Schooling in Global Contexts  

Cook-Lynn, E. (2001). Anti-Indianism in modern America: A voice from Tatekeya’s earth.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2001. 

Deloria, V. Jr.  (1999). Spirit and reason: A Vine Deloria reader.  Golden, CO: Fulcrum. 

Deloria, V. Jr.  (2003). God is red: A Native view of religions. 3rd Ed. Golden, CO: Fulcrum.

Deloria, V. Jr.  and Wilkins, D. E. (1999). Tribes, treaties and constitutional tribulations.  Austin: University of Texas Press.  

Deloria, V. Jr. and Wildcat, D. (2001). Power and place: Indian education in America.  Golden, CO: Fulcrum. 

Erdich, H.E. and Tohe, L. (2002). Sister Nations: Native American women writers on community. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press.  

Grounds, R.A., Tinker, G. E. and Wilkins, D.E. (2003). Native voices: American Indian identity and resistance.  Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.  

Harjo, J. (1992). How we became human: New and selected poems.  New York: W. W. Norton.  

Harjo, J. and Bird, G. (1997).  Reinventing the enemy's language. W. W. Norton.  

Hildebrandt W., First Rider, D. and Carter, S. (1996). The true spirit and original intent of treaty 7.  Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.

Howe,L. (2001). Shell shaker. San Francisco, CA: Aunt Lute Books.  

LaDuke, W. (1999). All our relations: Native struggles for land and life.  Cambridge, MA: South End Press. 

Mihesuah, D. A. and Wilson, A. C. (2004).  Indigenizing the academy. University of Nebraska Press.

Mihesuah, D. A. Ed.  (2003). American Indian Women: Decolonization, empowerment, activism.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 

Miller, S. A. (2003). Coacoochee's bones: A Seminole saga. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.

Mutua, K. & Swadener, B.B. (2004).  Decolonizing research in cross-cultural contexts:  Critical personal narratives.  Albany:  SUNY Press. 

Ortiz, S. J. (2000). From Sand Creek.  Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 

Ortiz, S. J. (2002). Out there somewhere.  Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Smith, L.T. (1999).  Decolonizing methodologies:  Research and indigenous peoples.  London & NY:  Zed Books. 

Taiaiake A. (1999). Peace, Power, Righteousness: An Indigenous Manifesto.  New York: Oxford University Press, 1999. 

Tapahonso, L. (1997). Blue horses rush in: Poems and stories.  Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Theytus Books Ltd.

In 1980, Theytus Books established itself as the first publisher in Canada to be under Aboriginal ownership and control.  Theytus, based in Penticton, British Columbia, is an active member in good standing with the Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia, the Association of Canadian Publishers and the Literary Press Group. After 20 years of operation, the company has published over 90 titles and continues to carry out its mandate of producing quality literature presented from an Aboriginal perspective. Contact info: Theytus Books Ltd. phone 250-493-7181 fax 250-493-5302 email theytusbooks@vip.net

Warrior, R.A. (1995). Tribal secrets: Recovering American Indian intellectual traditions.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 

Wilkins, D.E. (2002). American Indian politics and the American political system.  Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 

Wilkins, D. E. (2003). The Navajo political experience.  Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 

Womack, S. C. (1999). Red on red: Native American literary separatism.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 

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