Just Teaching: Why Inclusive Classrooms and Campuses Matter

On February 26, 2018, the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning welcomed Tricia Rose, who reflected on her own teaching and explored the importance of creating a just and inclusive campus in society.  Rose is currently Chancellor's Professor of Africana Studies, the Associate Dean of the Faculty for Special Initiatives, and the Director of the Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America at Brown University. She is an internationally respected scholar of post-civil rights era black U.S. culture, popular music, social issues, gender and sexuality. Rose has been awarded for her teaching and has received several scholarly fellowships including ones from the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the American Association of University Women. 

Professor Rose lectures, engages in conversation, and presents seminars and workshops to scholarly and general audiences on a wide range of issues relating to race in America, mass media, structural inequality, popular culture, gender and sexuality and art and social justice. Rose has been featured on PBS, MSNBC, CNN, NPR and other national and local media outlets. Her essays can be found in a range of scholarly journals and public venues. She is currently working on a project called How Structural Racism Works. She encourages you to connect with her on her website: www.triciarose.com, on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.


An Inclusive Teaching at Princeton event.  Sponsored by The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, Programs in Access and Inclusion, and the Office of the Dean of the College.