(February 16, 2012) Michele Elam addresses where is- or should be- the place of race, gender, and other charged topics in higher education. Elam discusses the profound anxiety in teaching these "unspeakables" and what teachers can do about it.
The Center for Teaching and Learning's longest-running lecture series, Award-Winning Teachers on Teaching invites faculty winners of Stanford's major teaching awards to deliver a lecture on a teaching topic of their choice.
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