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Journal of Black Masculinity - Volume 1, No. 1 - Fall 2010 by Dr. C. P. Gause

Journal of Black Masculinity - Volume 1, No. 1 - Fall 2010

by Dr. C. P. Gause

122 pages
Peer-reviewed international publication providing diverse perspectives regarding black masculinities.

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About the Book
The Journal of Black Masculinity is a peer-reviewed international publication providing multiple discoursed and multiple-discipline-based analyses of issues and/or perspectives with regard to black masculinities. The journal invites empirical, theoretical, and literary scholarship as well as essays, poetry, and art. Submissions from multiple disciplines beyond the humanities and social sciences are encouraged. The Journal of Black Masculinity is published three times a year and has a ten percent (10%) acceptance rate. The Journal of Black Masculinity also publishes special issues on a periodic basis with guest editors focusing on themed issues.


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About the Author
Dr. C. P. Gause is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education at The University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Over the past two years he has served as Co-chair of the Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. A former public school teacher, principal, and K-12 school administrator Gause received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Miami University. He is co-editor of Keeping the Promise: Essays on Leadership, Democracy and Education (Peter Lang, 2007), this volume was a recipient of the 2007 American Educational Studies Association Critics Choice Award. His research interests include gender and queer studies; black masculinity; cultural studies; critical race theory; critical spirituality; and collaborative activism. He is author of Integration Matters: Navigating, Identity, Culture and Resistance (Peter Lang, 2008), which is a recipient of the 2009 American Educational Studies Association Critics Choice Award. This groundbreaking volume constructs a blueprint for realizing academic achievement and academic success for all students, particularly those who are members of under-represented populations. His latest work, Diversity, Equity and Inclusive Education: A Voice from the Margins (Sense Publishers) moves the conversation of multiculturalism into the realm of critical diversity and inclusive education. He founded the Journal of Black Masculinity to provide scholars, educators, artists, and essayists with a forum to present work that is often missing from "traditional" journals.



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