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WEB-PAGE CONTENTS: This webpage primarily contains teaching activities that can be used in conjunction with Part 3 of the book How real is race? A sourcebook on race, culture, and biology, by Mukhopadhyay, Henze, and Moses, published by Rowman and Littlefield Education, 2007. These activities were originally intended to be part of the book itself but to save space and cost, they have been placed at this website. Additional activities related to Parts 1 and 2 of the book can be found at Carol Mukhopadhyay's webpage (see url link below)
ACCESSING "TEACHING ABOUT RACE" ACTIVITIES: To access these activities, go to the section below labeled "courses." Click on "teaching about race".
Dr. Rosemary Henze is an educational anthropologist whose teaching and research interests include educational equity, second language education, race relations, school leadership, and critical discourse analysis. She has conducted fieldwork in the U.S. and Greece and speaks English, Greek, French, and some Spanish. Recent publications include How real is race? A sourcebook on race, culture, and biology (with Mukhopadhyay and Moses), Rowman and Littlefield Education, 2007; and "Metaphors of diversity, intergroup relations, and equity in the discourse of educational leaders", Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 2005, vol. 4(4): 243-268. She received her Ph.D from Stanford in 1988.