Date: Wednesday February 4, 1998
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Presenting diverse or controversial materials to students can be challenging. Panelists will discuss their experiences in encouraging divergent viewpoints in class, while maintaining an atmosphere of academic respect. This session will focus on increasing student receptivity to diverse materials, such as multicultural, feminist, and gay perspectives.
Ishmail Conway, Assistant Dean, Office of African American Affairs
Susan Fraiman, Associate Professor, English Department
Kelly Cresap, Graduate Teaching Assistant, English Department
Bernie Jones, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Carter G. Woodson Institute for Afro-American and African Studies
Co-sponsored by the Women’s Center, the Teaching Resource Center, and the Office of African-American Affairs.