Black and Asian women faculty: a reader’s theater highlighting their experiences across three Hispanic-Serving Institutions
The counterstories of Black and Asian women faculty across three Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) as interpreted through Critical Race Feminism are shared in a Reader’s Theater format presented as three acts featuring conversations between the participants. In Act I, Black women faculty revealed experiences with Anti-Blackness and colorism surrounding their HSIs. Act II revealed a need for mentoring. In Act III, Black and Asian women faculty shared feeling the onus was placed upon them to build cultural competence on their HSI campuses. This Reader’s Theater denotes a need for HSIs to foster an inclusive environment for Black and Asian women faculty.
Koonce, J. B., Venegas, E. M., Lancaster, L., Bazan, J. A., & Garza, A. (2023). Black and Asian women faculty: a reader’s theater highlighting their experiences across three Hispanic-Serving Institutions. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2023.2268047
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education