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2011 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference Track Summaries: Track: Diversity, Inclusiveness, and Equality

  • Boris E. Ricks (a1), Masako Rachel Okura (a2) and Christopher M. Whitt (a3)

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The eighth annual meeting of the Diversity, Inclusiveness, and Equality (DIE) track at the 2011 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference focused on issues of difference, diversity, and equality as they relate to political science classrooms, departments, and institutions. This year, DIE included 22 participants and seven research papers on a broad range of issues. Subject matter included the incorporation of diversity topics into political science curriculum, the impact of campus demographics and diversity, and challenges faced by faculty in teaching diversity in politics.

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Wuffle, A. 1993. “Uncle Wuffle's Advice to the Assistant Professor.” PS: Political Science and Politics 26 (1): 8990.

2011 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference Track Summaries: Track: Diversity, Inclusiveness, and Equality

  • Boris E. Ricks (a1), Masako Rachel Okura (a2) and Christopher M. Whitt (a3)

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