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Poor Queer Studies: Confronting Elitism in the University


reviewed by R. Bradley Johnson, Amberlina Alston & Ryan McKeel - November 23, 2020

coverTitle: Poor Queer Studies: Confronting Elitism in the University
Author(s): Matt Brim
Publisher: Duke University Press, Durham
ISBN: 147800682X, Pages: 264, Year: 2020
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: November 23, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23521, Date Accessed: 1/24/2021 2:37:02 PM

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  • R. Bradley Johnson
    University of North Carolina Greensboro
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    R. BRADLEY JOHNSON, Ph.D., is a clinical associate professor of Higher Education and Coordinator/Graduate Program Director for the M.Ed. in Higher Education program in the Teacher Education & Higher Education Department at UNC Greensboro. His research interests include LGBTQ+ issues in higher education, training and development of students and administration at all level of student affairs, and studentsí experiences in residence hall environments. His recent publication includes co-editorship of a special theme on LGBTQ+ Issues in Student Housing for the Journal of College Student University & Student Housing.
  • Amberlina Alston
    University of North Carolina Greensboro
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    AMBERLINA ALSTON is an M.Ed candidate in the Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) program at UNC Greensboro. She is an Interim Assistant Director in the Office of Intercultural Engagement where her focus area is social justice education and advocacy. Her research interests include Indigenous social justice pedagogy, cultural leadership development, and curriculum development.
  • Ryan McKeel
    University of North Carolina Greensboro
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    RYAN McKEEL is an M.Ed. candidate in the Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) program at UNC Greensboro where they work in the Office of Intercultural Engagement doing LGBTQ+ advocacy and outreach. Additionally, they serve on the student engagement team in the Office for Diversity and Inclusion at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. In addition to Queer Student Support Services, their research interests include curriculum development, multicultural affairs, and civic engagement.
 
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