Multiracial Faculty Members’ Experiences with Multiracial Microaggressions
Abstract: Through this study, we explore 26 Multiracial tenured and tenure track faculty members’ experiences with Multiracial microaggressions while working within historically white 4-year colleges and universities in the United States. Findings from the research suggest that Multiracial faculty members often encounter Multiracial microaggressions that stifle their professional success. Yet Multiracial microaggressions may also provide some faculty with unique access within the academy. This study centers Multiracial faculty members’ experiences in an effort to inform institutional procedures that support and retain Multiracial faculty and to complicate a monoracial-only paradigm of race, or the dominant ideology that race only exists in strict monoracial categories.
Keywords: Multiracial microaggressions / Multiracial faculty members / monoracial / race
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