Workshops on DEI in Pedagogy and Course Content
These are workshops, hosted by SPIA, for any and all faculty seeking to promote diverse authorship, ideas, and other content in course materials and in developing intentional approaches to inclusive pedagogy. SPIA workshops with invited experts (e.g., from the UGA Office of Institutional Diversity) to work on inclusive pedagogical practices and discuss DEI in our areas of expertise.
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Syllabus Workshop, July 28, 2021
Teaching Materials and Modules on DEI
- APSA/Political Science Resources on DEI
- Reading Lists, Suggested Syllabi
- APSA Task Force on Inequality and American Democracy:
- Framework for Graduate and Undergraduate Syllabus
- Sample Undergraduate Syllabus
- JPSE: The Inclusive Classroom Reading List
- WATSON, RONGAL D. 2019. “Hard Truths: The Importance of Teaching Race in Introductory American Government and Politics for Undergraduates.” Journal of Political Science Education https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15512169.2019.1693395.
- Reading Lists, Suggested Syllabi
- Race, Ethnicity, and Politics
- Migration and Citizenship
- Gender, Sexuality, and Politics
- International Affairs DEI Instructional Materials and References
- KOOMEN, JONNEKE. 2019. International Relations, Black Internationalism: Reimagining Teaching and Learning Global Politics (International Studies Perspectives. 20(4): 390-411). https://academic.oup.com/isp/article/20/4/390/5542978\
- BOUKA, YOLANDE. 2018. “Wakanda, Afrofuturism, and Decolonizing International Relations Scholarship.” Political Violence at a Glance (blog). February 6, 2018. http://politicalviolenceataglance.org/2018/02/06/wakanda-afrofuturism-and-decolonizing-international-relationsscholarship.
- ANIEVAS, ALEXANDER, NIVI MANCHANDA, AND ROBBIE SHILLIAM, eds. 2014. Race and Racism in International Relations: Confronting the Global Colour Line. London: Routledge.
- BRUNSMA, DAVID L., ERIC S. BROWN, AND PEGGY PLACIER. 2013. “Teaching Race at Historically White Colleges and Universities: Identifying and Dismantling the Walls of Whiteness.” Critical Sociology 39: 717–38. https://doi.org/10.1177/0896920512446759.
- CARROZZA, ILARIA, IDA DANEWID, AND EVELYN PAULS. 2017. “Racialized Realities in World Politics.” 45: 267–68. https://doi.org/10.1177/0305829817714722.
- HENDERSON, ERROL A. 2014. “Hidden in Plain Sight: Racism in International Relations Theory.” In Race and Racism in International Relations: Confronting the Global Colour Line, edited by Alexander Anievas, Nivi Manchanda, and Robbie Shilliam, 19–43. London: Routledge.
- HENDERSON, ERROL A. 2017. “The Revolution Will Not Be Theorised: Du Bois, Locke, and the Howard School’s Challenge to White Supremacist IR Theory.” Millennium 45: 492–510. https://doi.org/10.1177/0305829817694246.
- Duck of Minerva Information on Race/Racism Instruction. e.g., “Teaching Race and International Politics: Notes from a Canadian Classroom” https://duckofminerva.com/2020/09/teaching-race-and-international-politics-notes-from-a-canadian-classroom.html
- Public Affairs DEI Instructional Case Material
- Equity and Diversity Case Studies for Public Affairs in the Evans Hallway: https://www.hallway.org/search?f%5B0%5D=policy_areas%3A2562
- Relevant Cases Dealing with DEI/Social Justice/Immigration in the Advocacy/Lobbying Section of the Evans Hallway: https://www.hallway.org/search?f%5B0%5D=policy_areas%3A2246
- Hubert Project: E-case: Building Equity and Addressing Structural Racism in Public Service Provision: https://hubertproject.org/hubert-material/440/
- Maxwell Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration:
- Case on Community Engagement for Organizational Change – Planning for a Sustainable Future for the City of Seattle’s Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute. https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/parcc/eparcc/cases/Community_Engagement_for_Organizational_Change/
- The End of Diversity Policy? Wake County Public Schools and Student Assignment. https://www.maxwell.syr.edu/parcc/eparcc/cases/The_End_of_Diversity_Policy__Wake_County_Public_Schools_and_Student_Assignment/
- General Resource for Inclusive Pedagogy in Public Affairs
- Creating Online Classroom Community in a Divisive Political Climate (Mueller, et al. 2020).https://educate.apsanet.org/creating-online-classroom-community-in-a-divisive-political-climate
- Kachani, S. 2020. Five Principles as Pathways to Inclusive Teaching. https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2020/02/19/practical-steps-toward-more-inclusive-teaching-opinion
- Linder, C. et al. “Building Inclusive Pedagogy: Recommendations from a National Study of Students of Color in Higher Education and Student Affairs Graduate Programs. Equity and Excellence in Education 48(2): 178-194 https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10665684.2014.959270
- General References on DEI in the College Classroom
- Souza, Tasha, Annie Soisson, Melissa Gomez, Kyesha Jennings, Gayle Mallinger, Jay Gabbard, Saundra Starks, et al. 2016. Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom. Madison, Wisconsin: Magna Publications, Inc. https://provost.tufts.edu/celt/files/Diversity-and-Inclusion-Report.pdf
- “Dive-In to Teaching Diversity and Inclusion Across Disciplines” Faculty Learning Community, 2019. Sponsored by the Division of Inclusion and Equity. https://www.clemson.edu/otei/documents/Teaching%20Review%20Resources/Diversity_InclusionSyllabiSamples.pdf
- “Creating an Inclusive Syllabus) (University of Kansas) https://cte.ku.edu/creating-inclusive-syllabus
- “Guidelines for Class Participation” (U Mich) https://crlt.umich.edu/gsis/p4_1
- “Creating Inclusive College Classrooms” (U Mich) https://crlt.umich.edu/gsis/p3_1
- “Guidelines for Discussing Difficult or High-Stakes Topics” (U Mich) https://crlt.umich.edu/publinks/generalguidelines
Human Rights Research
Human rights enable people to live lives of dignity and “to fully develop and use our human qualities, our intelligence, our talents, and our conscience and to satisfy our spiritual and other needs” (United Nations, 1987). SPIA’s Department of International Affairs, a leader in the area of human rights scholarship, offers multiple opportunities for students to engage directly in the research and on the analysis of human rights performance across geographical contexts.
SPIA Course Design/Redesign Grants
Offered by the Office of the Dean, these grants support the re-design of current courses or development of new courses that incorporate significant course content dealing with diversity, equity, and inclusion themes, and/or that significantly engage students using inclusive pedagogical strategies.