Some Recent Lectures and Consults

Personal Politics and the Politics of the Personal: Feminism Then and Now,"” Virginia E. Wheeless
Women's History Month Lecture, the University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri,
March 13, 2007

“Beyond the Food Court: Creating an Inclusive Curriculum,” Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA.,
February 22, 2007

“Whiteness as a Discourse of Power in Education,” President’s Distinguished Lecture Series,
University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, February 4-5, 2007

“And Justice for All: Using the Power of Education to Transform Our World,” Breakfast Keynote,
American Association of Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana,
January 18, 2007

New England Center for Inclusive Teaching, Awards Dinner Speaker, U-Mass Boston, Boston,
Massacusetts, October13, 2006

“Eyes Wide Open: Making Privilege Visible,”  Naropa University, lecture and consult, Boulder,
Colorado, Sept 26 –28, 2006  

" Beyond Tacos and Egg Rolls: Getting Multiculturalism Right," lecture and consult, University
of Nevada, Las Vegas, March 29 -30, 2006

"When Sisterhood was Powerful and Some of Us were Brave: Race, Class, and Gender in Higher
Education Then and Now," the 2006 Genevieve Staudt Guestship Lecture, Elmhurst College,
Elmhurst, Illinois, March 9, 2006.

"Multicultural Curriculum Transformation: Beyond Tacos and Egg Ross," University of South
Florida, Tampa,February 27, 2006.

"Beyond Tacos & Egg Rolls: Making Diversity Real," lecture and consult, Eastern Oregon
University, LaGrande, OR, February 1-3, 2006.

Urban Leadership Lecture, Executive PhD Program in Urban Higher Education, Jackson State
University, Jackson, MS, November 20-12, 2005.

"Classless, Colorblind, and Gender Neutral: How the Rhetoric of Equality Protects Profits and
Privilege," Prescott College, Prescott, Az, November 4-6, 2006.

"Is the personal Still Political? Reflections of a (Rapidly) Aging Feminist or Oops, They Did it
Again," keynote address,
Women and Society Conference, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY,
September 24, 2006

Multicultural Curriculum Transformation" Beyond Tacos and EggRolls," lecture and workshop,
Multicultural Curriculum Transformation INstitute, Northern Illinois University, May 17,2005

“Colorblind and Gender-Neutral: How the Rhetoric of Equality Maintains Privilege,” public lecture,
University of California-Chico, Chico, California, February 22, 2005

“Privilege in the Classroom and the Curriculum,” lecture, Grace Church School, NY, November 30,

“And Justice for All: Social Justice Teaching and a Curriculum of Inclusion,” keynote address,
Promising Practices Conference - Challenging Re-segregation: 50 Years after Brown vs. Board of
Rhode Island College, November 6, 2004

“And Justice for All: Finding and Fighting the Hidden Inequalities in our Schools,” keynote
address, Inspiring Conversations, Cherry Hill Public Schools, May 1, 2004

“Women’s Studies and Social Activism: Is Sisterhood Still Powerful?” keynote address, Mid-
Atlantic National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference, February 22, 2003

Keynote Address, New England Center for Inclusive Teaching Conference, University of
Massachusetts, Boston, October 18, 2003

“Whiteness and the Discourse of Power in Our Schools,” keynote address, Winter Workshop,
Association of Teachers of Independent Schools, Dalton School, NY, February 6, 2003

"Learning to see the Interrelatedness of Race, Class, and Gender Discrimination and Privilege:
Implications for Policy and Practice," keynote address, Conferentie Intersectionaliteit van Theorie
naar Praktiki, E-QUALITY, The Hague, The Netherlands, November 15, 2002

"And Justice for All: Strategies for Teaching about Inequality and Privilege," workshop,
Symposium for Teaching about Inequality, University of Wisconsin- Madison, November 7, 2002
"Classless, Colorblind, and Gender-Neutral: How the Rhetoric of Equality Protects Privilege and
Obscures Hierarchy," public lecture, University of Wisconsin - Madison, November 6, 2002.

"Classroom Conversations about Class: Strategies and Tactics," workshop, Teaching about
Inequality Symposium, North Carolina State University, May 15, 2002.

"Transforming the Curriculum Across the Disciplines," faculty seminar/workshop, University of
Kentucky,  Lexington, Kentucky, May 8, 2002

"Whiteness and the Discourse of Power in Our Schools," keynote address, New York State
Association of Independent Schools Diversity Conference, NY, NY, April 25, 2002

"Beyond Tacos and Egg Rolls: Multiculturalism and Critical Thinking," lecture and consult,
Eastern Kentucky University, February 6-7, 2002

"Beyond Tacos and Egg Rolls: Inclusive Curricular Perspectives and Critical Thinking" lecture,
workshops, and consultation, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY, December 4, 2001

"Beyond Tacos and Egg Rolls: Multiculturalism and Critical Thinking," Provost's Lecture and
consultation, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, October 21-22, 2001

"The Political Economy of Privilege: Meditations on Difference," keynote address, Dealing with
Difference Summer Institute, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL, May 20, 2001

"Creating an Inclusive Curriculum," public lecture and two-day workshop for the Multicultural and
Curriculum Task Force, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, OR, April 18-20, 2001

"Transforming the Women's Studies Curriculum," NEH  Focus Grant Faculty Development
Seminar leader, Greensboro College, Greensboro, NC, February 15, 2001

"Invisible Privilege," public lecture, Greensboro College, Greensboro, NC, February 15, 200

"White Privilege,@ Grand Rounds, Mt. Sinai Hospital Department of Social Work Services,
February 14, 2001

"A Curriculum for the New Century: Race, Class, and Gender and the Construction of Knowledge,"
Broward County Community College System, Davies, FL, April 13, 2000

"Race Relations in Urban Communities,"panelist, Forum for the Center for Public Policy and Urban
Research, Lee Hagan Africana Studies Center, New Jersey City University,  January 27, 2000

"Educating Women and Girls," Women 2000 Beijing Plus Five, White House sponsored regional
conference, Wilmington, DE, November 6, 1999

"Women in the 20th Century: A Report Card" Women's History Month Lecture, Rockland
Community College, Suffern, NY, March 1999

"Critical Pedagogies and Alternative Educational Sites," panelist, American Studies Association,
Seattle, WA, November 199

"Multicultural Education and Critical Thinking: A Curriculum for the Next Century," keynote
address, First Annual Curriculum Transformation Conference, Center for Multiculturalism in
Nursing, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Raleigh, NC, April 16, 1998