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Black Minds Matter 2018 @ ARC: Week 4: Foundations of Black Male Research and Practice

Week 4

Recommended Book

Wood, J. L. (2019) Black minds matter: Realizing the brilliance, dignity, and morality of Black males in education. Montezuma. 

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Recommended Articles

Harper, S. R. (2009). Niggers no more: A critical race counternarrative on Black male student achievement at predominantly White colleges and universitiesInternational Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education22(6), 697-712.

Harper, S. R. (2014). (Re)setting the agenda for college men of color: Lessons learned from a 15-year movement to improve Black male student success. In R. A. Williams (Ed.), Men of color in higher education: New foundations for developing models for success (pp. 116-143). Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Harper, S. R. (2015). Black male college achievers and resistant responses to racist stereotypes at predominantly White colleges and universities. Harvard Educational Review, 85(4), 646-674.

Harris III, F., Palmer, R. T., & Struve, L. E. (2011). “Cool posing” on campus: A qualitative study of masculinities and gender expression among Black men at a private research institutionThe Journal of Negro Education80(1), 47-62.

Optional Readings

Strayhorn, T. L. & Tillman-Kelly, D. L. (2013). Queering masculinity: Manhood and Black gay men in collegeSpectrum: A Journal on Black Men, 1(2), 83-110.

Harper, S. R. (2015). Success in these schools? Visual counternarratives of young men of color and urban high schools they attend. Urban Education, 50(2), 139-169.