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On privilege, fraudulence, and teaching as learning : selected essays 1981-2019

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Creator
Peggy McIntosh
Format
Books
Publication
  • New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2020
  • ©2020
Physical Details
  • xix, 222 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
ISBNs
9780815354116, 1351133799, 9780815354048, 1351133772, 9781351133791, 9781351133777, 1351133780, 9781351133760, 0815354118, 9781351133784, 1351133764, 0815354045
OCLC
on1107805199, on1107699588

  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

  • The privilege papers -- A letter about the privilege papers -- White privilege and male privilege : a personal account of coming to see correspondences through work in women's studies -- White privilege : unpacking the invisible knapsack -- Some notes for facilitators on presenting my white privilege papers (2004, 2018) -- Selection from "white privilege, color and crime : a personal account" -- Selection from "white privilege : an account to spend" -- White people facing race : uncovering the myths that keep racism in place -- The fraudulence papers -- A letter about the fraudulence papers -- Feeling like a fraud, part i -- Selection from "feeling like a fraud, part ii" -- Selection from "feeling like a fraud -- part iii : finding authentic ways of coming into conflict" -- Feeling like a fraud, part iv -- The phase theory papers -- A letter about phase theory -- The study of women : implications for reconstructing the liberal arts disciplines -- Interactive phases of curricular re-vision : a feminist perspective -- Selection from "interactive phases of curricular and personal re-vision with regard to race" -- The seed project papers -- A letter about the national seed project -- Selection from "faculty-centered faculty development" (1994) / by Peggy McIntosh and Emily Style -- Selection from "social, emotional, and political learning" (1999) / by Peggy McIntosh and Emily Style -- Selection from "teacher self-knowledge : the deeper learning" (2015) / by Peggy McIntosh, Hugo Mahabir, Bob Gordon, and Ruth Mendoza
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