Experiences from Academia Around the World
Edited by Saija Katila, Susan Meriläinen and Janne Tienari
This innovative book explores how inclusion can be enhanced in academia by considering the strategic work of expert academics from around the world. It offers a new look at academic work through the accounts of passionate practitioners who have each, in their own ways, made inclusion work.
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- Making Inclusion Work Experiences from Academia Around the World
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Making Inclusion Work in Academia
- Chapter 2: Tempered Radicals Seizing the Moment: Creating a Master’s Programme on Cultural Diversity in a Dutch University
- Chapter 3: Moving Towards Inclusive Excellence in Doctoral Studies
- Chapter 4: From a Bottom-up Movement to a Top-down Strategy: Reframing Responsiveness to Gender Equality in an Austrian University
- Chapter 5: Teaching Diversity in a ‘Conservative’ State: Using Who I Am and Empirical Evidence to Contradict Erroneous Perceptions
- Chapter 6: Doing Difference with Graduate Management Students: Methods Used to Develop Inclusive Practices
- Chapter 7: Gender in Education: An Inclusive Project
- Chapter 8: Contributions of Free-to-the-Public Web Pages to Liberatory Education
- Chapter 9: Extending Cross-ethnic Research Partnerships: Researching with Respect
- Chapter 10: Making Sense of Gender: Self Reflections on the Creation of Plausible Accounts
- Chapter 11: Carving a Niche for a Feminist Scholar: Shifting Academic Identities in UK Universities
- Chapter 12: Carrying on the Collaborative Effort: Becoming Academics in the Wake of a Feminist Intervention Project
- Chapter 13: Practising Inclusion: Diversity Matters!
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