Curated list of EDI resources

For those new to EDI

Michelle Obama. Becoming. (2018) The Crown Publishing Group (The Netflix documentary is also excellent)

Blindspot – Mahzarin Banaji on the Bregman Leadership Podcast (This is SO GOOD)

Calling out and calling in: Interrupting Bias

Michael Bach. Birds of All Feathers: Doing Diversity and Inclusion Right. (2020) Page Two Books, Inc

CBC Quirks and Quarks – Women in Science Special. (2020)

The Witch Trials of JK Rowling – Contrapoints

Picture A Scientist documentary. Sharon Shattuck, Ian Cheney (dir.) (2020)

Ibram X. Kendi. How to be Anti-racist. (2019) One World Publishing.

Read the #BlackInIvory, #BlackinImmuno, #BlackinMicro, #BlackinNeuro posts on Twitter

Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity.

Peter DeWitt,, Joe Schneiderwind, Janelle Johnson. Why Are Students With Disabilities So Invisible in STEM Education?

Who is the scientist?

Barbara & Karen Fields. Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life (2013) Verso.

Unsettled: Journeys in Truth and Reconciliation – George Lee and Jessica Vandenberge podcast

Making Room for Diverse Populations in STEM.

For those more advanced

How to measure EDI progress from the American Institute of Architects

Kreitzer and Sweet-Cushman. (2021) Evaluating Student Evaluations of Teaching: a Review of Measurement and Equity Bias in SETs and Recommendations for Ethical Reform. Journal of Academic Ethics.

Harrison, Colin, and Kimberly D Tanner. “Language Matters: Considering Microaggressions in Science.” CBE life sciences education vol. 17,1 (2018): fe4. doi:10.1187/cbe.18-01-0011

Carbado, D. W. (2013). Colorblind intersectionality. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 38(4), 811-845.

Cho, S., Crenshaw, K. W., & McCall, L. (2013). Toward a field of intersectionality studies: Theory, applications, and praxis. Signs: Journal of women in culture and society, 38(4), 785-810.

Bernal, D. D. (2002). Critical race theory, Latino critical theory, and critical raced-gendered epistemologies: Recognizing students of color as holders and creators of knowledge. Qualitative inquiry, 8(1), 105-126.

Marine, S. B., & Nicolazzo, Z. (2014). Names that matter: Exploring the tensions of campus LGBTQ centers and trans* inclusion. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 7(4), 265.

Eglash, R., Lachney, M., Babbitt, W. et al. Decolonizing education with Anishinaabe arcs: generative STEM as a path to indigenous futurity. Education Tech Research Dev 68, 1569–1593 (2020).

Lisa Lunney Borden & Dawn Wiseman (2016) Considerations From Places Where Indigenous and Western Ways of Knowing, Being, and Doing Circulate Together: STEM as Artifact of Teaching and Learning, Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 16:2, 140-152, DOI: 10.1080/14926156.2016.1166292

Kimball, E., Friedensen, R., & Silva, E. (2017). Engaging disability: Trajectories of involvement for college students with disabilities. In E. Kim & K. C. Aquino (Eds.), Disability as Diversity in Higher Education: Policies and Practices to Enhance Student Success. New York: Routledge