The emergence of Critical Race Theory (CRT) marked a pivotal moment in the history of racial politics within the academy and powerfully influenced the broader conversation about race and racism in the United States and beyond. Comprised of articles by some of most prominent scholars in the field of CRT, this groundbreaking anthology is the first to pull together both the foundational writings and more recent scholarship on the cultural and racial politics of schooling. The collection offers a variety of critical perspectives on race, analyzing the causes, consequences and manifestations of race, racism, and inequity in schooling. Unique to this updated edition are a variety of contributions by key CRT scholars published within the last five years, including an all-new section dedicated to the intersections of race and dis/ability within contemporary schooling. Each section concludes with a set of questions and discussion points to further engage with the issues discussed in the readings. This revised edition of a landmark publication documents the progress to date of the CRT movement and acts to further spur developments in education policy, critical pedagogy, and social justice, making it a crucial resource for students and educators alike.
Edward Taylor is Vice Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs and Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Washington, Seattle. David Gillborn is Professor of Critical Race Studies at the University of Birmingham and Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Race, Ethnicity and Education. Gloria Ladson-Billings is the Kellner Family Chair in Urban Education and Professor of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Foreword Series Editors' Introduction Preface to the Second Edition The Foundations of Critical Race Theory in Education: An Introduction Edward Taylor Part One: Critical Race Theory in Education 1. Just What is Critical Race Theory and What's it Doing in a Nice Field Like Education? Gloria Ladson-Billings 2. Who's Afraid of Critical Race Theory? Derrick A. Bell 3. Education Policy as an Act of White Supremacy: Whiteness, Critical Race Theory and Education Reform David Gillborn Questions and Discussion Points for Part One Part Two: Racism and the Everyday World of Education 4. Why is the School Basketball Team Predominantly Black? Carl E. James 5. An Apartheid of Knowledge in Academia: The Struggle over the `Legitimate' Knowledge of Faculty of Color Dolores Delgado Bernal & Octavio Villapando Questions and Discussion Points for Part Two Part Three: Affirmative Action 6. The "We've Done Enough" Theory of School Desegregation Mark V. Tushnet 7. Affirmative Action as a Majoritarian Device: Or, Do You Really Want to be a Role Model? Richard Delgado 8. Critical Race Theory and Interest Convergence in the Backlash against Affirmative Action: Washington State and Initiative 200 Edward Taylor Questions and Discussion Points for Part Three Part Four: Critical Race Research Methodology in Education 9. Critical Race Methodology: Counter- Storytelling as an Analytical Framework for Educational Research Daniel G. Solorzano and Tara J. Yosso 10. What's Race Got to Do with It? Critical Race Theory's Conflicts With and Connections to Qualitative Research Methodology and Epistemology Laurence Parker and Marvin Lynn Questions and Discussion Points for Part Four Part Five: Race and Dis/Ability 11. Toward an Interdisciplinary Understanding of Educational Equity and Difference: The Case of the Racialization of Ability Alfredo J. Artiles 12. The Song Remains the Same: Transposition and the Disproportionate Representation of Minority Students in Special Education Gregg D. Beratan 13. Dis/ability Critical Race Studies (DisCrit): Theorizing at the Intersections of Race and Dis/ability Subini Ancy Annamma, David Connor and Beth Ferri Questions and Discussion Points for Part Five Part Six: Intersections: Gender, Class, and Culture 14. Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence against Women of Color Kimberle Williams Crenshaw 15. Ain't I a Woman? Revisiting Intersectionality Avtar Brah and Ann Phoenix Questions and Discussion Points for Part Six Part Seven: Intersections: White Supremacy and White Allies 16. The Color of Supremacy: Beyond the Discourse of `White Privilege' Zeus Leonardo 17. Teaching White Students about Racism: The Search for Whites Allies and the Restoration of Hope Beverly Daniel Tatum Questions and Discussion Points for Part Seven Part Eight: Critiques of Critical Race Theory 18. Some Critical Thoughts on Critical Race Theory Douglas E. Litowitz 19. Telling Stories Out of School: An Essay on Legal Narratives Daniel A. Farber and Suzanna Sherry 20. On Telling Stories in School: A Reply to Farber and Sherry Richard Delgado Questions and Discussion Points for Part Eight Afterword 21. Critical Race Theory - What It Is Not! Gloria Ladson-Billings Permissions Index