Drawing from mindfulness education and social justice teaching, this book explores an anti-oppressive pedagogy for university and college classrooms. Authentic classroom discussions about oppression and diversity can be difficult; a mindful approach allows students to explore their experiences with compassion and to engage in critical inquiry to confront their deeply held beliefs and value systems. This engaging book is full of practical tips for deepening learning, addressing challenging situations, and providing mindfulness practices in anti-oppression classrooms. Integrating Mindfulness into Anti-Oppression Pedagogy is for all higher education professionals interested in pedagogy that empowers and engages students in the complex unlearning of oppression.



"Mindfulness as a Healing, Liberatory Practice in Queer, Anti-Oppression Pedagogy." 

In Social Alternatives, Special Issues Genders & Sexualities, Demilitartizing the Binary Beachhead. Editor: Dr. Jason A. Laker. 35:3 (2017) pgs. 5-10. 


Co-edited with Melanie Klein and Chelsea Jackson RobertsYoga, the Body, and Embodied Social Change is the first collection to gather together prominent scholars on yoga and the body. Using an intersectional lens, the essays examine yoga in the United States as a complex cultural phenomenon that reveals racial, economic, gendered, and sexual politics of the body. From discussions of the stereotypical yoga body to analyses of pivotal court cases, Yoga, the Body, and Embodied Social Change examines the sociopolitical tensions of contemporary yoga. 



"Contemplating the Effects of Oppression: Integrating Mindfulness into Diversity Classrooms."

Published in the inaugural issue of The Journal of Contemplative Inquiry, vol 1, no. 1, 2014 by The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society.



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