In the new arena for anti-racist work in which we find ourselves, the neo-liberal, ‘post-race’ university, this interdisciplinary collection demonstrates common global political concerns about racism in Higher Education. It highlights a range of issues regarding students, academic staff and knowledge systems, and all of the contributions seek to challenge the complacency of the ‘post-race’ present that is dominant in North-West Europe and North America, Brazil’s mythical ‘racial democracy’ and South Africa’s post-apartheid ‘rainbow nation’.

The collection makes clear that we are not yet past the need for anti-racist institutional action because of the continuing impact of coloniality on and in these nations.

Chapter 7 of this book is freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 3.0 license. https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/tandfbis/rt-files/docs/Open+Access+Chapters/9780367001513_oachapter7.pdf

chapter |10 pages


Building the anti-racist university: next steps
ByShirley Anne Tate, Paul Bagguley

chapter 1|5 pages

Race, racialization and Indigeneity in Canadian universities

ByFrances Henry, Enakshi Dua, Audrey Kobayashi, Carl James, Peter Li, Howard Ramos, Malinda S. Smith

chapter 2|17 pages

What style of leadership is best suited to direct organizational change to fuel institutional diversity in higher education?

ByRyan P. Adserias, LaVar J. Charleston, Jerlando F. L. Jackson

chapter 5|14 pages

Higher education, de-centred subjectivities and the emergence of a pedagogical self among Black and Muslim students

ByPete Harris, Chris Haywood, Mairtin Mac an Ghaill

chapter 6|13 pages

Affirmative action in Brazil and building an anti-racist university

ByJoaze Bernardino-Costa, Ana Elisa De Carli Blackman
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