There have been numerous expressions of overt white supremacy on or near college campuses over the past several years; however, recent scholarship also indicates how higher education institutions themselves perpetuate white supremacist ideology. This paper applies Meyerson's (2008) conception of "tempered radicals" to the ways in which educational developers can be instrumental in dismantling white supremacist ideology embedded in institutional policies and practices.
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With support from the History Department at the University of Colorado at Boulder, the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History, an independent organization affiliated with ISSOTL, has produced a bibliography of more than 1,000 works dealing with teaching and learning in history. These resources are organized in more than 30 categories. The bibliography is available to anyone interested in the topic.