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Engaging Difference

Teaching Humanities and Social Science in Multicultural Environments
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Dovile Budryte
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Chapter 2. "Intersectionality" and the Spoken Word: Toward a Pedagogy Understanding of Culture. Richard S. Rawls and Janita L. RawlsChapter 3.The Law as the Language of Civil Rights: Using Supreme Court Cases to Facilitate an Inclusive Classroom Dialogue on Difference and Equality.Michael A. Lewkowitz
Chapter 4. Applying Insights from the Literature on "Intersectionality" to Teaching Political Science. Dovile Budryte
Chapter 5. Lessons from the Salad Bowl: Contextualized Foreign Language Instruction in a Diverse Institution. Kristina Watkins Mormino
Chapter 6. Beyond the Accent: "Intersectionality" in a Foreign-Trained Instructor Classroom. Josephine J. Dawuni
Chapter 7. Lie to Me: Learning about Manipulation Using Social Media through Operation Design. Ignas Kalpokas
Chapter 8. Touchy Subjects: Utilizing Handedness as a Precursor to Discussing Privilege and Diversity in the Classroom. Bryan L. Dawson
Chapter 9. Favorite Place Mapmaking and the Decolonization of Teaching. Barbara Tedrow
Chapter 10. Making Strangers of Ourselves: Role-Playing of the Immigrant Experience in a College Classroom. Ellen G. Rafshoon
Chapter 11. Yellow Star of Courage: Teaching and Learning about the Holocaust. Louis Schmier
Chapter 12. Postcard from Auschwitz? Chronicling the Challenges of a Holocaust Study Abroad Program. Natalie Bormann and Veronica Czastkiewicz
Chapter 13. Speech, Diversity and Higher Education: Balancing Civil Liberties and Freedom from Discrimination in Classrooms and Campus Life. Scott A. Boykin



About the Authors
Engaging Difference discusses how to develop strategies to engage difference that work for both students and professors in multicultural classrooms. The contributions to this volume discuss specific pedagogical techniques (for example, the use of novels, web resources, and personal narratives) and the ways in which these have been applied in the classroom and in related educational activities. One contribution addresses the issues related to the freedom of speech in diverse classrooms. The essays are rooted in relevant theoretical perspectives from active learning literature, including emerging approaches on intersectional pedagogies. All authors are practitioners engaged in teaching in college, and several have previous high school teaching experience. They openly discuss challenges related to teaching in diverse classrooms and suggest pedagogical strategies to thrive in diverse environments.