Teaching about Racism and Sexism in Introduction to Philosophy Classes

Apa Newsletter on Feminism and Philosophy 7 (2):5-13 (2008)
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The paper contains pedagogical suggestions for addressing issues of racism and sexism in the classroom, in the context of an introductory philosophy survey. It draws on the ideas of Charles Mills, Laurence Thomas, Peggy McIntosh and others.

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Gail Presbey
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