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Utilizes the theory of intersectionality to focus on the divergent identities and experiences of marginalized groups and to analyze the ways these experiences infiltrate the classroom. This book examines teaching and learning as integrated and synergistic practices and highlights the institutional power dynamics between scholars and students.
Susan M. Pliner, Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment and Assistant Professor of Education at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, received her EdD in Human Development from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Pliner draws on social justice education and disability studies in her scholarship and teaching. Cerri A. Banks, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of the College at Mount Holyoke College received her PhD from Syracuse University. She specializes in cultural studies and qualitative research. Banks draws from feminist and critical race theories in her book Black Women Undergraduates, Cultural Capital and College Success.