The Race & Pedagogy Journal provides a forum to cultivate a critical discussion around the issues of teaching and race to mitigate the effects of discrimination and structural racism, and thereby, improve education for all students. R&PJ is managed and edited by the University of Puget Sound under the auspices of the Race and Pedagogy Institute. The journal was established in 2015 and publishes three issues a year. The advisory board seeks submissions that ares diverse in voice and content, including scholarly articles, creative writing, personal narratives, and artwork by faculty, student scholars, practitioners, and the general public.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Call for Submissions Announcement
The Race & Pedagogy Journal seeks journal article contributions for a special issue that will explore how institutions of higher learning are thinking about, engaging with, and addressing racism on their campuses. The journal welcomes conceptual papers, case studies, literature review, and research papers from different disciplinary perspectives. This issue will be published Summer 2021.

The guest editors are encouraging topics that fall in the broader categories of systemic racism, student experiences, administrative decisions and priorities, faculty of color, and curriculum.

Topic proposals should be no more than 500 words in length and submitted to this web form. If you have questions, please send an email message.

Current Issue: Volume 4, Number 3 (2020)



Anti-Racism in Higher Education: A Model for Change
Allison N. Ash, Redgina Hill, Stephen Risdon, and Alexander Jun

Issue Editors

Uchenna Baker, PhD, University of Puget Sound
Justina Johnson, MEd, Tacoma Public Schools
Rachel Oppenheim, EdD, Antioch University
Randy Williams, PhD, Elon University

Managing Editor

Lori Ricigliano, MLIS, On Behalf of the Race & Pedagogy Institute