Restorative Resistance in Higher Education: Leading in an Era of Racial Awakening and Reckoning


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1.0 X 3.9 X 0.6 inches | 0.7 pounds

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About the Author

Richard J. Reddick is a distinguished service professor in educational leadership and policy, and senior vice provost for curriculum and enrollment and dean of undergraduate studies at The University of Texas at Austin.


"Rich Reddick has written, not only a useful book, but an inspiring one. Today's environment has become even more difficult for those doing diversity, equity, and inclusion work, but Reddick's commitment shines through and serves as a springboard for the work that must be done in higher education and beyond. Restorative Resistance in Higher Education invites us to remain strong in our fight for justice, but also to be empathetic and understanding of differences."
--Marybeth Gasman, Samuel DeWitt Proctor Endowed Chair in Education and University Distinguished Professor, Rutgers University
"A brilliant and vulnerable text that makes the 'hidden curriculum' of the academy visible and accessible. Reddick's seamless integration of scholarship and personal narrative reveals how we can all advance equity (and stay well while doing so!), balancing engagement in the individual relationships and structural reforms necessary to transform higher education for good."
--Kimberly Griffin, dean and professor, College of Education, University of Maryland
"Rich Reddick is the pied piper for DEI work, encouraging us to continue building our community, strengthening our work, and finding others to summon the courage to fight for what is right. In this community, we will find the restorative feelings of fellowship, freedom, and satisfaction while daring to disrupt the constraints of academia for the collective good."
--Gregory Vincent, president, Talladega College