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Historian Ronald Takaki lectured in February on the experiences of Irish and Chinese women in 19th century America as part of the 24th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education.
Historian Ronald Takaki lectured in February on the experiences of Irish and Chinese women in 19th century America as part of the 24th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education. This year, the Roundtable honored Takaki, one of the most preeminent scholars of diversity in the U.S., with the fourth annual Social Justice Action Award. In addition, the Roundtable honored Fordham University Professor Joseph Ponterotto with the 17th Annual Janet E. Helms Award, which commemorates the recipient's professional contributions as a mentor and scholar.

Published Friday, Apr. 27, 2007

Social justice for all

Historian Ronald Takaki lectured in February on the experiences of Irish and Chinese women in 19th century America as part of the 24th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education. This year, the Roundtable honored Takaki, one of the most preeminent scholars of diversity in the U.S., with the fourth annual Social Justice Action Award. In addition, the Roundtable honored Fordham University Professor Joseph Ponterotto with the 17th Annual Janet E. Helms Award, which commemorates the recipient's professional contributions as a mentor and scholar.
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