Anti-racism & Black Lives Matter Teaching Resources:
The Claremont Colleges Library collection of resources to educate the community on issues surrounding the Black Lives Matter movement and protests. These issues include topics such as anti-racism, systemic racism, systemic oppression, police brutality, mass incarceration.
Faculty of Color and Tenure – Watch video here.
How do faculty of color navigate the tenure process? The Future Trends Forum explored this question with professor Patricia Matthew, editor of Written/Unwritten: Diversity and the Hidden Truths of Tenure.
Pitzer: Watch the inaugural event of President Melvin L. Oliver’s Racial Justice Initiative which seeks to embed the study of racial violence and justice throughout our campus and curriculum. The full video is available here: https://www.pitzer.edu/racial-justice-initiative/racial-justice-in-our-time-a-conversation-with-activist-scholars/.
A selection of award-winning films documenting pivotal moments in the 20th century civil rights movement, along with articles, digital shorts and original features exploring America’s continued struggle with race, democracy and justice.
Webinars from American University’s Summer Institute on Education, Equity, and Justice
Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy has chosen to mark Juneteenth with a two-part curated online collection featuring work by Black feminist scholars previously published by Hypatia, curated and introduced by Camisha Russell, Hypatia Co-Editor and Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oregon.
Racial Equity Tools brought by: Sally Leiderman – CAPD, Maggie Potapchuk – MP Associates, & Shakti Butler – World Trust
Dismantling Racism Works (dRworks) offers workbook and other resources
World Trust: Social Justice and Equity Movement Building: Shakti Butler’s Film w/discussion tools – Cracking the Codes
The DePaul University Women’s Center: Resources for Action, Reflection, Critical Analysis, Education
A virtual anti-racist pedagogy group June – August, see IG post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CBL6Ey4DJ9R/…
#BlackInTheIvory and #PublishingPaidMe to reveal inequity in academia and publishing
By Gwen Aviles
COVID-19 – Articles and Resources for Online Teaching:
Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start
By Michelle D. Miller
How to Be a Better Online Teacher, ADVICE GUIDE
By Flower Darby
Preparing for Emergency Online Teaching
By Beth McMurtrie
Transforming Your Online Teaching From Crisis to Community
By Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis
COVID-19 RESOURCES: Teaching and Pedagogy
Scripps College Dean of Faculty Resources for On-Line Teaching this Fall 2020
Simone de Beauvoir Studies – 25 Free Access Articles
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the editors of Simone de Beauvoir Studies and Brill would like to offer 25 articles freely accessible until August 2021. Read them here: https://www2.brill.com/Simone_de_Beauvoir_Studies.
Simone de Beauvoir Studies (SdBS) is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal dedicated to advancing scholarship on themes relevant to Simone de Beauvoir’s legacy, such as gender and sexuality, race and culture, feminism, existentialism, literature, and political activism.
The Gender/Sex Disparities in COVID-19 Outcomes guide and toolkit is a powerpoint presentation offered for adoption in introductory-level gender studies, feminist science studies, health sciences, and similar courses. It is accompanied by recommended readings and a user guide for instructors.
The teaching toolkit grows out of the GenderSci Lab’s Gender/Sex and COVID-19 Project. The presentation helps students develop a critical and intersectional understanding of sex disparities in COVID-19 outcomes.
For those who use the tool in class, the Lab is also considering invitations to do 20-minute Q&A sessions to discuss gender/sex disparities in COVID-19 outcomes and the wider work of the Lab with your class, via Zoom. To inquire about availability, please contact us at email@example.com.
Chick, Nancy and Holly Hassel. “’Don’t Hate Me Because I’m Virtual’: Feminist Pedagogy in the Online Classroom.” Feminist Teacher, Vol. 19, No. 3 (2009), 195-215. [ChickandHassel for downloadable .pdf]
Davidson, Cathy N. “Project Classroom Makeover” in Now You See It: How Technology and Brain Science Will Transform Schools and Business for the 21st Century. New York: Penguin, 2011, 61-104. [DavidsonClassroomMakeover for downloadable .pdf]
Davidson, Cathy. “The Single Most Essential Requirement Designing Fall Online Courses,” www.hastac.org
A blog post,“Resilient Pedagogy for the Age of Disruption,” that is worth the read and might help us think beyond either/or scenarios. Offers thoughts on how to serve our students and protect ourselves from burnout in the difficult year to come: https://tophat.com/blog/resilient-pedagogy-for-the-age-of-disruption-a-conversation-with-josh-eyler/
Feminist Pedagogy in a Time of Coronavirus Pandemic provides advice, insights and a rich set of resources for teaching feminist courses online and using technology. Co-founded by former Pitzer Media Studies professor Alex Juhasz, Femtechnet is a network of “scholars, artists, and students working on, with, and at the borders of technology, science, and feminism.”
Visit https://femtechnet.org for additional information about the network.
Hybrid Pedagogy.org offers twelve articles on Critical Digital Pedagogy.
The Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy offers Feminist Resources on the Pandemic.
Feminist Response to COVID-19 is a collective of organizations and activists working across global movements centered on human rights, sustainable development and economic and social justice.
Judith Butler discusses her new book, The Force of Nonviolence, in an interview in The Nation,”Judith Butler on the Violence of Neglect Amid a Health Crisis.”
“Capitalism Has Its Limits”: Judith Butler discuss the COVID-19 pandemic, and its escalating political and social effects in America.
Haymarket Books has an ongoing series of events, many with feminist themes and speakers, including Ruthie Gilmore,
Naomi Klein, Arundhati Roy, Astra Taylor, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Mariame Kaba, and others. Topics have included prison abolition, abortion, intersectionality, various book launches, and of course, the pandemic. RSVP for future events and find links to past ones here.
The African American Policy Forum hosts an event series, Under the Blacklight: The Intersectional Failures that COVID Lays Bare, with a multitude of outstanding speakers, including Dorothy Roberts, Ai-jen Poo, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Dara Baldwin, Mari Matsuda, Kate Manne, Rebecca Nagle, Alyosxa Tudor, Crystal Feimster, and many, many others.
You can watch on YouTube or listen on the Intersectionality Matters podcast. RSVP for upcoming events or access past ones here.
The California Coalition of Women Prisoners offers a number of online readings and resources on incarceration and the coronavirus and other topics about the prison industrial complex in #COVID19Decarcerate Syllabus: A Political Education Resource.
Interface journal is publishing short pieces about social movements’ struggles around the COVID-19 crisis, so we can learn from what each other is doing, find inspiration and hope, and think about the longer term.
Free xenophobia by-stander sessions: https://www.ihollaback.org/bystanderintervention/
BCRW has an archive of videos (of past events) and publications, including its webjournal The Scholar and Feminist Online. The Fall 2019 issue of S&F Online is Unraveling Criminalizing Webs: Building Police Free Future, with guest editors Andrea Ritchie and Levi Craske.
Virtual Seminar Series: Palgrave Handbook on Critical Menstruation Studies
Link for more info and for free registration: https://www.ewu.edu/css/gwss/hcms/
Films to stream:
The Claremont Colleges Libraries Kanopy collection includes several Media Education Foundation films gender and on gender and media.
Research and Scholarship resources
Claremont Feminist Archive
- This archive will be a collection of feminist, disability studies, gender studies, and queer studies student projects at the Claremont Colleges. It is meant to serve as a way to value knowledge production from those often excluded from scholarly conversation and allow future generations of students learn from past students. We encourage all students to submit their work in related subjects!
- If anyone is interested, email the work in whatever form possible, but preferably PDF, to firstname.lastname@example.org (Students can include names or submit anonymously).