Strengths & Struggles Virtual Summit Interview between Dr. Jeanine Staples and Ana Diaz
Three Ways to Grow Courage as a Teacher-Scholar of Color in Academic Spaces Governed by White Supremacy.
- Diaz, A. (2017, September). “Three Ways to Grow Courage as a Teacher-Scholar of Color in Academic Spaces Governed by White Supremacy.” In J. M. Staples (Chair & Discussant), Strengths and Struggles in Schools & Society: Producing Critical & Creative Examinations of Intersectional Lives. Virtual Summit commissioned and produced by Bucknell University’s Office of Multicultural Student Services & unHerd Series, Central Pennsylvania.
Ana Carolina Díaz Beltrán is a Third World scholar and former social studies teacher. Ana uses autoethnographic inquiry to examine the limits of global curriculum in hegemonic and marginalized spaces in Colombia and the U.S. Her work is influenced by Latin American scholarship, Third World feminists and feminists of color. She also is a co-founder of the Community Narratives Project, an effort to transform exclusionary forms of culture in State College.