Reflections on “Unsettling the University” and Its Call to Responsibility
This research brief shares reflections on the author's recent book Unsettling the University: Confronting the Colonial Foundations of US Higher Education. The book traces how US universities were built on and continue to reproduce settler colonialism, anti-Blackness, and white supremacy, in material and epistemic ways.
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