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Teaching Guides
Below, you will find some practical notes on diversifying your curriculum.

Some Conceptual Points 
by Luvell Anderson and Verena Erlenbusch 
The approach we take when diversifying our syllabi might depend on how we understand the nature of the problem. In this guide, Luvell Anderson and Verena Erlenbusch (Memphis) discuss four ways to approach the diversity problem as a conceptual problem, all of which might be useful in appropriate circumstances.
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How to Incorporate Diverse Texts in your Syllabus?
by Katharine Jenkins and Jennifer Saul
Incorporating texts by authors from under-represented groups can be tricky. It is vital that the syllabus makes the authors' backgrounds salient to the students - after all, challenging the stereotype can only happen if the students are aware that the authors they read are not stereotypical. But how conspicuous should one be about including diverse materials? 
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How Not to Overdo It: Backfires and Trade-offs in Curricula Diversification
by Ian James Kidd
In diversifying our curricula, we need to be cautious: mistakes can not only thwart our efforts, but also confirm the worries of sceptics and support their resistance. Ian James Kidd (Nottingham) outlines two difficulties to take into account. 
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