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Dr. J. Luke Wood and Dr. Frank Harris III state that in order to support students of color, inquiry must be taking place. Listen in as I do my best :)

Latest Episodes

No Stone Unturned: White Jolly Land, Umoja, Asgardians, and Blade.

Get to know Denzel Phoenix a bit. This is a wonderful young man who's a student at ARC with whom I will hope to have many more conversations.

56 MINJUN 1
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No Stone Unturned: White Jolly Land, Umoja, Asgardians, and Blade.

Zhanea and David are your conductors on the train to high blood pressure town :)

Zhanea shares a taste of some experiences she had in a class. My blood pressure goes up whenever I think about it. But this is exactly the kind of thing educators need to hear and consider. And if you hear this and you're like, "Yeah, that's how it goes sometimes," please let me know. I would welcome the opportunity to chat with you about why this sort of thing should be a concern.

48 MINJAN 31
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Zhanea and David are your conductors on the train to high blood pressure town :)

Amazing Grace (man, these titles sometimes just write themselves :D )

I know, I know, I know, the title is super corny, but you listen to it and then try to tell me there's a title that would be more appropriate.

54 MINJAN 26
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Amazing Grace (man, these titles sometimes just write themselves :D )

So, an English Professor and a Librarian walk into a podcast...

Professor Laflam and I talk about some of the books that have been important to us as we study equity and racism. And she patiently listens to me babble on about my concerns about the podcast. And she puts up with my starting these sentences with the word and (I don't know; is that something English professors care about?).

41 MINJAN 26
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So, an English Professor and a Librarian walk into a podcast...

Professor Leung and I talk about "authentic care."

Professor Noue Leung shares some thoughts on showing students authentic care, as well as some of the personal experiences which informed her thoughts on the topic.

38 MIN2018 DEC 20
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Professor Leung and I talk about "authentic care."

In this episode, we learn that Tamara is awesome :)

Tamara and I chat about "armor," the importance of representation in class readings, and in library staffing.

44 MIN2018 DEC 12
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In this episode, we learn that Tamara is awesome :)

Alejandra from ARC's Pride Center drops science (on cisnormativity and more), and then drops the mic.

Alejandra drops science and then drops the mic. Metaphorically. She didn't actually drop the mic. I use lavalier mics that clip onto your lapel, so there would have been an extra step to dropping the mic. What I mean is that had this interview been a performance, it would have been absolutely appropriate for Alejandra to drop the mic afterwards because she crushed it.

45 MIN2018 DEC 6
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Alejandra from ARC's Pride Center drops science (on cisnormativity and more), and then drops the mic.

Mel and I discuss some assumptions about students, and his newest project, Brothers Breaking Barriers.

Mel, possibly the busiest person I know, and I find some time to chat about the assumptions we can make about students, and about what's keeping him busy these days.

52 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Mel and I discuss some assumptions about students, and his newest project, Brothers Breaking Barriers.

Dronme and I discuss the joys of being asked to speak for all Black people, Between the World and Me, and more :)

Marianne, the super-librarian I spoke with in episode 1, wants to be Dronme when she grows up. Listen in and find out why :)

56 MIN2018 NOV 16
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Dronme and I discuss the joys of being asked to speak for all Black people, Between the World and Me, and more :)

Professor Aubert shares how and why he tries to learn about, and connect with, his students.

Professor Aubert shares how and why he tries to learn about, and connect with, his students.

33 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Professor Aubert shares how and why he tries to learn about, and connect with, his students.

Latest Episodes

No Stone Unturned: White Jolly Land, Umoja, Asgardians, and Blade.

Get to know Denzel Phoenix a bit. This is a wonderful young man who's a student at ARC with whom I will hope to have many more conversations.

56 MINJUN 1
Comments
No Stone Unturned: White Jolly Land, Umoja, Asgardians, and Blade.

Zhanea and David are your conductors on the train to high blood pressure town :)

Zhanea shares a taste of some experiences she had in a class. My blood pressure goes up whenever I think about it. But this is exactly the kind of thing educators need to hear and consider. And if you hear this and you're like, "Yeah, that's how it goes sometimes," please let me know. I would welcome the opportunity to chat with you about why this sort of thing should be a concern.

48 MINJAN 31
Comments
Zhanea and David are your conductors on the train to high blood pressure town :)

Amazing Grace (man, these titles sometimes just write themselves :D )

I know, I know, I know, the title is super corny, but you listen to it and then try to tell me there's a title that would be more appropriate.

54 MINJAN 26
Comments
Amazing Grace (man, these titles sometimes just write themselves :D )

So, an English Professor and a Librarian walk into a podcast...

Professor Laflam and I talk about some of the books that have been important to us as we study equity and racism. And she patiently listens to me babble on about my concerns about the podcast. And she puts up with my starting these sentences with the word and (I don't know; is that something English professors care about?).

41 MINJAN 26
Comments
So, an English Professor and a Librarian walk into a podcast...

Professor Leung and I talk about "authentic care."

Professor Noue Leung shares some thoughts on showing students authentic care, as well as some of the personal experiences which informed her thoughts on the topic.

38 MIN2018 DEC 20
Comments
Professor Leung and I talk about "authentic care."

In this episode, we learn that Tamara is awesome :)

Tamara and I chat about "armor," the importance of representation in class readings, and in library staffing.

44 MIN2018 DEC 12
Comments
In this episode, we learn that Tamara is awesome :)

Alejandra from ARC's Pride Center drops science (on cisnormativity and more), and then drops the mic.

Alejandra drops science and then drops the mic. Metaphorically. She didn't actually drop the mic. I use lavalier mics that clip onto your lapel, so there would have been an extra step to dropping the mic. What I mean is that had this interview been a performance, it would have been absolutely appropriate for Alejandra to drop the mic afterwards because she crushed it.

45 MIN2018 DEC 6
Comments
Alejandra from ARC's Pride Center drops science (on cisnormativity and more), and then drops the mic.

Mel and I discuss some assumptions about students, and his newest project, Brothers Breaking Barriers.

Mel, possibly the busiest person I know, and I find some time to chat about the assumptions we can make about students, and about what's keeping him busy these days.

52 MIN2018 DEC 5
Comments
Mel and I discuss some assumptions about students, and his newest project, Brothers Breaking Barriers.

Dronme and I discuss the joys of being asked to speak for all Black people, Between the World and Me, and more :)

Marianne, the super-librarian I spoke with in episode 1, wants to be Dronme when she grows up. Listen in and find out why :)

56 MIN2018 NOV 16
Comments
Dronme and I discuss the joys of being asked to speak for all Black people, Between the World and Me, and more :)

Professor Aubert shares how and why he tries to learn about, and connect with, his students.

Professor Aubert shares how and why he tries to learn about, and connect with, his students.

33 MIN2018 NOV 15
Comments
Professor Aubert shares how and why he tries to learn about, and connect with, his students.