Dr. Cecilia D. Shelton is a Technical and Professional Communication scholar whose work draws on Black feminism as a source of theory and praxis. She prioritizes the perspectives, goals, and experiences of Black people (and other marginalized communities) as a way to achieve more equitable communication solutions to contemporary social, political, and organizational problems. She is an assistant professor of English at the University of Maryland.
Antiracism in the Contemporary University
LARB presents a collection of essays from 12 experts on transforming the university to make it antiracist....