Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice (DEIJ) Resources
LGBTQIA+ Accordion Closed
- Baker, M. J. & Scheele, J. (2016). Queer: A graphic history. Icon Books. (Graphic Novel)
- Bronski, M. (2012). A queer history of the United States. Beacon Press. (Book).
- Cover, R. (2016). Suicides of the marginalised: Cultural approaches to suicide, minorities, and relationality. Cultural Studies Review, 22(2). (Article)
- Hardy, J. W. & Easton, D. (2017). The ethical slut, third edition: A practical guide to polyamory, open relationships, and other freedoms in sex and love. Ten Speed Press. (Book)
- Hertlein, K. M., Hartwell, E. E., & Munns, M. E. (2016). Attitudes toward bisexuality according to sexual orientation and gender. Journal of Bisexuality, 16, 339-360 (Article)
- Thorne, S.R., Hegarty, P., Hepper, E.G. (2019). Equality in theory: From a heteronormative to an inclusive psychology of romantic love. Theory and Psychology, 29(2), 240-257. (Article)
- Veaux, F. (2014). More than two: A practical guide to ethical polyamory. Thorntree Press. (Book)
- Hoffman, J., Blessinger, P., & Mandla, M. (2018). Contexts for diversity and gender identities in higher education: International perspectives on equity and inclusion. Emerald Publishing. (Book)
- PFLAG (2015). Our trans loved ones: Questions and answers for parents, families, and friends of people who are transgender and gender expansive. (pflag.org) (Pamphlet)
Race/Ethnicity Accordion Closed
- Anderson, C. (2016). White Rage: The unspoken truth of our racial divide. Bloomsbury. (Book).
- Berry, D. R., & Gross, K. N. (2020). A Black women’s history of the United States. Beacon Press. (Book).
- Kendall, M. (2021). Hood feminism: Notes from the women that a movement forgot. Penguin Books. (Book).
- Muhammad, K. G. (2019). The condemnation of blackness: Race, crime, and the making of modern urban America. Harvard University Press. (Book).
- Ortiz, P. (2018). An African American and Latinx history of the United States. Beacon Press. (Book).
- Theoharis, J. (2019). A more beautiful and terrible history: The uses and misuses of civil rights history. Beacon Press. (Book).
- Center for Urban Education, USC Rossier School of Education. (2020). Concepts and activities for racial equity work. (Article)
- Center for Urban Education, USC Rossier School of Education. (2020). Core concepts of racial equity. (Article)
- Center for Urban Education, USC Rossier School of Education. (2020). Guide for composing a Campus Racial Equity Team. (Article)
- Montoya, T. M. (2016). “But it’s a dry hate”: Illegal Americans, other Americans, and the citizenship regime. In D.M. Sandoval, A. J. Ratcliff, T. L. Buenavista, & J. R. Marín (Eds.), “White” washing American education: The new culture wars in Ethnic Studies (2nd vol., pp. 19-40). (Article)
- Montoya, T. M. (2016). Rage, courage, encourage: Citizenship in the college classroom. In S. D. Longerbeam & A. F. Chávez (Eds.), Going inward: The role of cultural introspection in college teaching. (pp. 163-169). Peter Lang Education. (Article)
- Montoya, T. M. (2020). Unlearning racism: The classroom as a space for social transformation through borderlands pedagogy. Contemporary Justice Review, 23(2). (Article)
- Morris, M. W. (2016). Pushout: The criminalization of black girls in schools. The New Press. (Book)
- Singleton, G. E. (2014). Courageous conversations about race: A field guide for achieving equity in schools. (2nd ed.) Corwin. (Book)
- Fortuna, L. R., Tolou-Shams, M., Robles-Ramamurthy, B., & Porche, M. V. (2020). Inequity and the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color in the United States: The need for a trauma-informed social justice response. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 12(5), 443-445.
- Brown, A. C. (2018). I’m still here: Black dignity in a world made for whiteness. Convergent Books. (Book).
- Edim, G. (2018). Well-read Black girl: Finding our stories, discovering ourselves. Ballantine Books. (Book).
- Meraji, S. & Demby, G. (Hosts). (2017, June 8). ‘Racial imposter syndrome’: Here are your stories. [Audio podcast]. In Code switch. NPR. Many Multiracial Or Mixed-Race People Say They Struggle With Identity : Code Switch : NPR (Podcast)
- Ward, J. (2017). The fire this time: A new generation speaks about race. Scribner. (Book).
- DiAngelo, R. (2019). White fragility: Why it’s so hard for white people to talk about racism. Penguin. (Book)
- Eddo-Lodge, E. (2018). Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race: The Sunday Times bestseller. Bloomsbury. (Book).
- Rankine, C. (2020). Just us: An American conversation. Graywolf Press. (Book)
- Saad, L. F. (2020). Me and white supremacy: Combat racism, change the world, and become a good ancestor. Sourcebooks.
- Winters, M. F. (2020). Black fatigue: How racism erodes the mind, body, and spirit. Berrett-Koehler Publishers. (Book)
Disability Accordion Closed
- Cohen, A. (2016). Imbeciles: The Supreme Court, American eugenics, and the sterilization of Carrie Buck. Penguin Books. (Book)
- Grim, A. (2015, July 8). Sitting-in for disability rights: The Section 504 protests of the 1970s. National Museum of American History. (Article)
- Lebrecht, J., & Newnham, N. (Directors). (2020). Crip camp: A disability revolution [Film]. Good Gravy Films; Higher Ground Productions (Film)
- Nielson, K. E. (2013). A disability history of the United States. Beacon Press. (Book)
- Taylor, D. A. (2021, May 25). She’s considered the mother of disability rights – and she’s a ‘badass’. The Washington Post.
- Burke, L. (2020, November 12). Disability as Diversity. Inside Higher Ed. (Article)
- Evans, N. J., Broido, E. M., Brown, K. R., & Wilke, A. K. (2017). Disability in Higher Education: A Social Justice Approach. Jossey-Bass. (Book)
- (Sample) Chapter Two: Disability Models
- Pyral, K. R. (2017). Life of the mind interrupted: Essays on mental health and disability in higher education. Blue Crow Books. (Book)
- Garland-Thomson, R. (2016, August 19). Becoming Disabled. The New York Times. (Article)
- Heumann, J., & Joiner, K. (2021). Being Heumann: An unrepentant memoir of a disability rights activist. Penguin Random House. (Book)
- Lawson, J. (2021). Broken (In the best possible way). Picador. (Book)
- Pollack, D. (2021, January 18). As a blind person, COVID-19 has changed my daily life in ways many people don’t consider. HuffPost. (Article)
- The New York Times. (n.d.). Disability: Essay, art and opinion exploring the lives of people living with disabilities. Retrieved September 2, 2021. (Article Collection)
- Wong, A. (2020). Disability visibility: First-person stories from the twenty-first century. Vintage Books. (Book)
Language and Identity
- King, B. J. (2016, February 25). ‘Disabled’: Just #SayTheWord. npr. (Podcast)
- Ladau, E. (2021). Demystifying disability: What to know, what to say, and how to be an ally. Ten Speed Press. (Book)
- Linton, S. (1998). Claiming disability: Knowledge and identity. NYU Press. (Book)
- National Center on Disability and Journalism. (2021). Disability language style guide. (Article)
- Katz, S. (2020, May 22). The inaccessible internet. Slate. (Article)
Women’s Issues Accordion Closed
- Berry, D. R., & Gross, K. N. (2021). A black women’s history of the United States. Beacon Press. (Book)
- Burke, T. (2021). Unbound: My story of liberation and the birth of the Me Too movement. Flatiron Books. (Book)
- Doyle, G. (2020). Untamed. The Dial Press. (Book)
- Leng’ete, N. (2021). The girls in the wild fig tree: How I fought to save myself, my sister, and thousands of girls worldwide. Little, Brown and Company. (Book)
Indigenous Communities Accordion Closed
- Dunbar-Ortiz, R. (2015). An Indigenous peoples’ history of the United States. Beacon Press. (Book)
- Dunbar-Ortiz, R. (2019). An Indigenous peoples’ history of the United States for young people. Beacon Press. (Book).
- Harjo, J. (2017). Conflict resolution for holy beings: Poems. W.W. Norton & Company. (Book)
- Johnson, T. (2019). We hold the rock: The Alcatraz Indian occupation. National Park Service. (Article)
- Placzek, J. Guevarra, E. C., & Woelfle, A. (2019). A look back at the occupation of Alcatraz, 51 years later. KQED. (Article)
- Trask, H-K. (1999). From a native daughter: Colonialism and sovereignty in Hawaii (Revised edition). Latitude 20. (Book)
- Archibald, J. (2008). Indigenous storywork: Educating the heart, mind, body, and spirit. UBC Press. (Book)
- Carpluk, L., Garcia, J., Shirley, V., & Kulago, H. A. (2022). Indigenizing education: Transformative research, theories, and praxis. Information Age Publishing, Inc. (Book)
- Battiste, M. (2013). Decolonizing education: Nourishing the learning spirit. UBC Press. (Book)
- Deloria Jr., V. & Wildcat, D. R. (2001). Power and place: Indian education in America. Fulcrum Publishing. (Book)
- Denzin, N. K., Lincoln, Y. S., & Smith, L. T. (2008). Handbook of critical and Indigenous methodologies. SAGE Publications, Inc. (Book).
- Grande, S. (2004). Red pedagogy: Native American social and political thought. Rowman & Littlefield. (Book)
- Kovach, M. (2009). Indigenous methodologies: Characteristics, conversations, and contexts. University of Toronto Press. (Book)
- Minthorn, R. Z. & Shotton, H. J. (2018). Reclaiming Indigenous research in higher education. Rutgers University Press. (Book)
- Minthorn, R. & Chavez, A. F. (2015). Indigenous leadership in higher education. Routledge. (Book)
- Nee-Benham, M. K. (2017). Indigenous educational models for contemporary practice: In our mother’s voice. Routledge. (Book)
- Shotton, H., Lowe, S. C. & Waterman, S. J. (2012). Beyond the asterisk: Understanding Native students in higher education. Stylus Publishing, LLC. (Book)
- Smith, L. T., Tuck, E. & Yang, K. W. (2018). Indigenous and decolonizing studies in education: Mapping the long view. Routledge. (Book)
- Smith, L. T. (1999). Decolonizing methodologies: Research and Indigenous peoples. Zed books. (Book)
- Tachine, A. R. (2022). Native presence and sovereignty in college: Sustaining indigenous weapons to defeat systemic monsters. Teachers College Press. (Book)
- Tachine, A & Nicolazzo, Z. (2022). Weaving an otherwise: In-relations methodological practice. Stylus Publishing. (Book)
- Wilson, W. A. (2005). For Indigenous eyes only: A decolonization handbook. School for Advanced Research Press. (Book)
- Younging, G. (2018). Elements of Indigenous style: A guide for writing by and about Indigenous peoples. Brush Education. (Book)
- Cook-Lynn, E. (2018). In defense of loose translations: An Indian life in an academic world. University of Nebraska Press. (Book).
- Kimmerer, R. W. (2015). Braiding sweetgrass: Indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge, and the teachings of plants. Milkweed Editions. (Book)
- Teo, T. & Wendt, D. C. (2020). Some clarifications on critical and Indigenous psychologies. Theory & Psychology, 30(3), 371-376. (Article)
- King, T. L., Nararro, J., & Smith, A. (2020). Otherwise worlds: Against settler colonialism and anti-Blackness (Black outdoors: Innovations in the poetics of study). Duke University Press Books. (Book)
- Pevar, S. L. (2012). The rights of Indians and tribes: The authoritative guide to Indian and tribal rights (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. (Book).
- Tallbear, K. (2013). Native American DNA: Tribal belonging and the false promise of genetic science. University of Minnesota Press. (Book).
General DEIJ/Intersectional Accordion Closed
- Atcheson, S. (2021). Demanding more: Why diversity and inclusion don’t happen and what you can do about it. Kogan Page.
- Jana, T. & Baran, M. (2020). Subtle acts of exclusion: How to understand, identify, and stop microaggressions. Berret-Koehler Publishers
- Plows, V., & Whitburn, B. (2017). Inclusive education: Making sense of everyday practice. Brill.
- Sue, D. W. (2010). Microaggressions and marginality: Manifestation, dynamics, and impact. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
- Winters, M. F. (2017). We can’t talk about that at work!: How to talk about race, religion, politics, and other polarizing topics. Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
- American Psychological Association. (2017). Multicultural guidelines: An ecological approach to context, identity, and intersectionality.
- Barnett, R. (2020). Leading with meaning: Why diversity, equity and inclusion matters in US higher education. Perspectives in Education, 38(2), 20-35.
- Collins, S. N. (October, 2020). How to get more women and people of colour into graduate school – and keep them there. Nature.
- Ekowo, M., & Palmer, I. (October, 2016). The promise and peril of predictive analytics in higher education: A landscape analysis. Education Policy.
- Heidrick & Struggles. (2017). Study: Women and minorities value mentoring programs, but findings reveal opportunities for improved effectiveness.
Additional External DEIJ Websites Accordion Closed
- Center for Urban Education’s (CUE’s) Racial Equity Tools
- Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (Harvard)
- Report of the Faculty Mentoring Study (University of Michigan: The Provost’s Advisory Committee on Mentoring and Community Building)
- SUNY PRODIG (Promoting Recruiting Opportunity, Diversity, Inclusion, And Growth)
- Survey of Earned Doctorates (An annual census conducted since 1957 of all individuals receiving a research doctorate from an accredited U.S. institution in a given academic year)
- The Language of Disability Activity (Explore Access Tools for Promoting Disability Access and Inclusion)
DEIJ Resources Suggestions Submission Form
A form to submit suggestions for resources to include in the DEIJ Bibliography