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The Great White North Project: Exploring Whiteness, Privilege, Racism and Identity in Canada. Darren E. Lund and Paul R. Carr. Anti-racism, two White guys and an elephant in the room. Overview. Paul: What is Whiteness, and why does it matter?
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Darren E. Lund and Paul R. Carr
critical dialogue, political literacy, engagement and action
EXPLORING WHITENESS, PRIVILEGE, AND IDENTITY IN EDUCATION
Editors: Paul R. Carr and Darren E. Lund
Foreword by George J. Sefa Dei
Introduction: Scanning Whiteness (Paul R. Carr and Darren E. Lund)
Section 1: Conceptualizing Whiteness
1. Exposing the Authority of Whiteness: An Auto-Ethnographic Journey (Kathleen S. Berry)
2. Before I was White I was Presbyterian (Tim McCaskell)
3. Being White and Being Right: Critiquing Individual and Collective Privilege (James Frideres)
Section 2: Whiteness and Indigenous Peoples
4. On Indigenous Academia: The Hermeneutics of Indigenous Western Institutional Participation – Eleven Theorems (Tracey Lindberg)
5. Going Native: A White Guy’s Experience Teaching in an Aboriginal Context (Herbert C. Northcott)
6. “Don’t Blame Me for What My Ancestors Did”: Understanding the Impact of Collective White Guilt (Julie Caouette and Donald M. Taylor)
7. Development of Anti-Racist White Identity in Canadian Educational Counsellors
8. “Radical Stuff”: Starting a Conversation about Racial Identity and White Privilege
(Susan A. Tilley and Kelly D. Powick)
9. Who Can/Should do this Work? The Colour of Critique (Carl E. James)
Section 4: Learning, Teaching, and Whiteness
10.The Parents of Baywoods: Intersections between Whiteness and Jewish Ethnicity (Cynthia Levine-Rasky
11. Re-inscribing Whiteness Through Progressive Constructions of “the Problem” in Anti-Racist Education
12. Discourses on Race and “White Privilege” in the Next Generation of Teachers (R. Patrick Solomon and Beverly-Jean M. Daniel)
13. White Canadian Female Teachers and Technology in Education: Stories Reproducing the Status Quo
Section 5: The Institutional Weight of Whiteness
14. Whiteness and Philosophy: Imagining Non-White Philosophy in Schools (Laura Mae Lindo)
15. (De)Centering Normal: Negotiating Whiteness as a White School Administrator in a Diverse School Community (Debbie Donsky and Matt Champion)
16. A Group That Plays Together Stays Together: Tracing a Story of Racial Violence (Gulzar R. Charania)
17. The Whiteness of Educational Policymaking (Paul R. Carr)