The Leatherby Libraries continues to purchase e-books to support Chapman’s ongoing commitment to enriching diversity and inclusion to cultivate a welcoming campus climate for all members of the Chapman community.
One of our new titles, Prejudice, Stigma, Privilege, and Oppression, includes a chapter by Dr. Richard Redding, who is the Ronald D. Rotunda Distinguished Professor of Jurisprudence at the Dale E. Fowler School of Law. His chapter is titled, “Sociopolitical values: The neglected factor in culturally-competent psychotherapy.”
Take a look at other featured books for March:
- Caste : the origins of our discontents
- A black women’s history of the United States
- Slavery by another name : the re-enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II
- Freedom’s prophet : Bishop Richard Allen, the AME Church, and the Black founding fathers
- College students’ sense of belonging : a key to educational success for all students
- An inclusive academy : achieving diversity and excellence
- On educational inclusion : meanings, history, issues and international perspectives
- Handbook of research on diversity and social justice in higher education
- Culturally responsive teaching and learning in higher education
- The fight for free speech : ten cases that define our First Amendment freedoms
- Cultural diversity pedagogy and meta-case design : a new approach to diversity in education
Please Note: Some e-books may be unavailable for a period of time due to the number of users who can check-out the e-books simultaneously.
To read an e-book, click “Connect to electronic book” on the title page for the book you would like to read and log in using your Chapman or Brandman University credentials.