Selected Lecture and Talk Themes

Educational Equity Demands Empathy: Why Education Has To Be More Than a Private Good in an Unequal Society
Why Diversity Is Not Enough to Reach Real Integration in Schools
Utilizing Mixed-Methods in Cross-National, Comparative Schools Research
Stubborn Roots: Weeding Out Race, Ethnic, and Class Inequality in Schools
The Paradox of Opportunity: Race, Culture, and Boundaries in “Good” Schools
Race and Education: On “Acting White”
A Comparative View of Black Achievement in the United States and South Africa
Ethnicity and Society: Without Losing the Point of View
What’s Culture Got to Do with it?  Race, Engagement and Achievement among Urban Poor Minority
Black Cultural Capital as Currency: Status Positioning Among Low‐Income African American Youth

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