Publications and Research

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2019

Abstract

White researcher-advocates whose explorations are situated in schools serving

predominantly African American students hope that their research will improve the

academic possibilities for those students and reverse systemic injustice. While racial

oppression continues as a central thread in the fabric of American educational institutions,

white scholars continue to benefit from their research. Through arts-based

methods, I explore this issue as it relates to my own research identity and question

whether, despite my goals, I am complicit with hegemonic practices that oppress

communities of colour within educational contexts.

Comments

Original publication:

Fellner, G. (2018), ‘You get tenure, what do I get?: Using art to interrogate a researcher’s dilemma’, Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art, 7:3, pp. 169–81, DOI: 10.1386/vi.7.3.169_1.

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