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Acknowledgments One cannot complete an anthology without the endeavors of contributing authors and many people behind the scene. We have been assisted by many colleagues in our work on this project. It would have been impossible to produce this book without the support of our families, colleagues at the State University of New York College at Cortland, and friends. Over the years our students, faculty, and staff who have participated in our Summer Institute for Infusing Diversity into the Curriculum and our statewide diversity project involving SUNY Oneonta and SUNY New Paltz have contributed significantly in shaping our ideas about diversity, social justice, and inclusive excellence. The challenging questions of the participants of the Diversity Institute and insightful responses in our meetings have enhanced our ability to teach courses in the areas of diversity and social justice. We extend our appreciation for the support given by our institution , SUNY Cortland, for this project. Our unlimited gratitude goes to Erik Bitterbaum, president, SUNY Cortland, for his generosity and continuing support for our research and intellectual endeavors. We extend our sincere thanks to R. Bruce Mattingly, dean, School of Arts and Sciences; Amy Henderson-Harr, Research and Sponsored Programs; and Robert Spitzer, Chair, Department of Political Science for their irreplaceable support and advice. We also thank Pamela Schroeder for proofreading and formatting the final manuscript. To Deborah Dintino, we could not have done it without your invaluable assistance during the entire process of putting the manuscript together. Our special appreciation goes to Michael Rinella and Ryan Morris, SUNY Press, for their assistance, guidance, and expertise in the production of the anthology. We would also like to extend our gratitude to Rafael Chaiken, SUNY Press, for his crucial role in working on the manuscript and his collegiality throughout the process. To the reviewers, who provided valuable comments during the process, xxi xxii Acknowledgments thus helping us to sharpen our thoughts, thank you very much. For those who we have forgotten to extend our appreciation to in this process, we humbly apologize. This anthology represents the product of challenging and collaborative efforts of coauthorship and coeditorship , and ultimately, we assume full responsibility for its contents. Seth N. Asumah and Mechthild Nagel State University of New York Cortland ...

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