Dr. Emery Petchauer - Higher Education
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Dr. Emery Petchauer
Members of the academy offer insight into current events and higher education issues that impact people of color.


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Understanding the “Tools of Whiteness” (Notes from AERA, Part 2)

by | June 14, 2009
A common figure in teacher education is that roughly 90 percent of public school teachers in t [...] Read more

Reframing the School Safety Debate (Notes from AERA, Part 1)

by | May 28, 2009
Last month I participated in the 2009 American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual m [...] Read more

The Hip-Hop Archive and its Tensions

by | April 5, 2009
Last month the Hip-Hop Archive at Harvard University’s W.E.B. Du Bois Institute co-hosted Hip [...] Read more

Arne Duncan on Tour and the Next Generation of Educators

by | February 17, 2009
One important area of concern that received little attention during this year’s monumental pr [...] Read more

History in Their Own Words

by | November 25, 2008
On account of jury duty all last week, I was not able to be on campus at Lincoln the day after [...] Read more

The NCLBification of Higher Education

by | September 22, 2008
One of the most significant yet subtle ways that the No Child Left Behind Act has affected high [...] Read more

Solidifying Hip-hop Studies

by | August 26, 2008
Research on hip-hop has expanded in breadth, rigor and nuance in the past ten years. Currently, [...] Read more

“But professor? You’re not white, you’re German, right?”

by | August 11, 2008
As a proverbial “vanilla brother” (as my Dean affectionately refers to me) at an HBCU, on t [...] Read more
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