In this AskPsychSesions feature, Marianne chats with the three authors of two new books on social justice teaching. These include repeat guest Roxanne Donovan of Kennesaw University, new guest Dr. Grace Kim from Boston University, and new guest Dr. Karen Suyemoto from UMass Boston. They cover the contents of the books and how they can be used in classes. Both works are published by Routledge.
Teaching diversity relationally: Engaging emotions and embracing possibilities
Unraveling assumptions: A primer for understanding oppression and privilege