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YES WE MUST! We Need to Formalize It too in Our Curricula.

Posted By: Virginia Stead on November 5, 2018
Vol. 15, Confronting Antisemitism on Campus
Book Series: Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis
Dr. Virginia Stead (General Editor), Peter Lang Publishing

Dedication: This book is dedicated to those who lost loved ones on October 27, 2018 in the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre, Pittsburgh, PA.

Purpose: The first of its kind in modern times, this book is intended to assemble the collective wisdom of administrators, faculty, staff, students, and community partners who understand what it takes to confront anti-Semitism on campus. Original research, targeted policy, and successful strategies for prevention and intervention are encouraged. Other topics will be evaluated for inclusion based on their closeness of fit with the purpose of this edited volume. Individual chapters will be between 4,000 and 4,500 words (excluding references) and may include up to three authors.

Deadline: Chapter Abstracts (300 words plus at least five references) are due November 15, 2018. Early expressions of interest are welcome.

Subject Line: Confronting Antisemitism on Campus
Contact: virginia.stead@alum.utoronto.ca
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