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Immigrant Faculty in the Academy: Narratives of Identity, Resilience, and Action
Join us during Social Justice Week for a panel discussion with the FAU faculty who authored chapters of Immigrant Faculty in the Academy: Narratives of Identity, Resilience, and Action.

This edited volume shares the diverse experiences of immigrant professors in the United States. Chapters provide insight for educators in academia seeking deeper understanding of issues of identity and intersectionality, assimilation and integration, culture and its different manifestations, accent and the politics of language, and hegemonic systems and structures. Blending autoethnographies and case studies, this book highlights the invaluable collective experiences of immigrant professors as they navigate challenges and success. By sharing these rich stories, Immigrant Faculty in the Academy contributes to the conversation on career development, the professoriate, and immigration.

Panelists:
Maysaa Barakat, PhD, Associate Professor, Educational Leadership [Book editor]
Ira Bogotch, EdD, Professor, Educational Leadership
John Hardman, PhD, Senior Instructor, Educational Leadership
Cristobal Salinas, PhD, Associate Professor, Higher Education Leadership
Dilys Schoorman, PhD, Professor, Curriculum, Culture and Educational Inquiry
Sabrina Sembiante, PhD, Associate Professor, Curriculum, Culture and Educational Inquiry
Maria Vasquez, PhD, Associate Professor, Research Methodology

Jan 21, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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