Contents: Christine E. Sleeter: Foreword – Darrell Cleveland: Introduction: Does «Minority» Mean Individuals Who Have No «Power»?
– Anand R. Marri: No «Browning» Here: Finding a Place in the Academy While Playing Within the Rules – Silvia C. Bettez/Janet
Kier Lopez/Margarita Machado-Casas: «Hermandad» (Sisterhood): Latinas in Higher Education – David Z. Williams: Supervised
by the Majority: Understanding the Cultural Needs of Graduate Students of Color – Robin Vann Lynch: Mentoring Across Race:
Case Studies of African American Students in a Predominantly White Institution of Higher Education – Berta Vigil Laden: Faculty
of Color: Positive or Negative Experiences in the Academy? – Bernadette Marie Calafell: «Your Education Wipes Out Your Ethnicity»:
A «White» Woman of Color in the Classroom: The Turn to a Personal Voice – Sheila Wright/Juliet Dinkha: Gendered Reality, Professional
Identity, and Women of Color in Higher Education – Patricia S. Parker: Always at Risk? African American Women Faculty, Graduate
Students, and Undergraduates – Robin L. Hughes: Two Degrees of Separation and the Good Old Professors’ Network: Ivory Tower
Tales – Kevin Cokley: Teaching about the Psychology of Race and Racism: Lessons Learned – Willie J. Heggins III: Scholars
in Transition: Socialization of the «Duality» of Teaching and Research in Academe – Paula Groves Price: Where Am I in the
Curriculum? Critical Multiculturalism, Multiraciality, and the Power of Story – Art Munin/Deborah Schmidt-Rogers: Improving
the Campus Environment for Bi/Multiracial Students – Rhoda Olkin: Persons with Disabilities: Especially Encouraged to Apply?
– Donald Daughtry: Should I Just Tell Them I Can’t Find the Door? Disability: A Silent Voice – Carmelita (Rosie) Castaneda:
Stranger in a Familiar Land – Mark A. Gooden/Stacy Downing: Affirmative Action – J. W. Wiley: Affirmative Actions at PWIs:
Explicating the Glass as Half Full While Pouring Something They’re More Apt to Taste – Rashne Jehangir: In Search of Place:
Using Case Studies to Create. Counter-Hegemonic Spaces in Higher Education – Paul Pitre: Why Scholars of Color Must Rescue
the American College: Multicultural Leadership in a Time of Change – Nancy Dome/Anne Rene Elsbree/Elizabeth «Sugar» Martinez/Moses
Keya Ochanji/Pat Stall: Minorities Apply, Get Hired, and Succeed for Tenure: One College of Education That Recruits and Supports
a Diverse Faculty. With an introduction by Steve Lilly.