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Call for chapters: Diverse Leadership Landscapes: Exploring the Terrain

Aug 30 2018

You are invited to propose a chapter for the forthcoming edited book, Diverse Leadership Landscapes:

Exploring the Terrain

 

Why contribute?
In contemporary educational settings, diversity in and for leadership are becoming more central concerns

of practitioners and researchers alike. There is an increasing demand for what are described as skills in

creating inclusive and safe environments for diverse populations, including an awareness of, knowledge

and skills of cultural competence and/or cultural sensitivity.

 

Drs Catherine McGregor and Shailoo Bedi, University of Victoria, Canada, will be editing a book entitled

Diverse Leadership Landscapes: Exploring the Terrain. This collection of research chapters will be written

by scholars and practitioners who are interested in exploring the terrain of diversity leadership: both

those who are themselves members of the dominant culture and are advocates of leadership for

diversity, as well as racialized minority leaders who find themselves navigating the complex terrain of

leadership in diversity.

 

If you work in the field of leadership education, or as an educational leader within the K-12 and

post-secondary system, we invite you to reflect on your learning as researcher or practitioner about

diversity leadership and submit a chapter proposal.

 

For more information, contact:

Catherine McGregor at cmcgreg@uvic.ca

Shailoo Bedi at shailoo@uvic.ca

 

Deadline for chapter proposals: August 30, 2018 .

 

 
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