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    “When Will the University Do Something?” A U.S. Case Study of Familiar Structures, Unintended Consequences, and Racism
    with Tom Olson, Eileen Walsh, and William Lewis
    Journal of Academic Ethics 1-17. forthcoming.
    Higher education has a dual responsibility, both to the academy and to society at large, to effectively confront racism on campus. And yet, in the United States and perhaps elsewhere, it fails to effectively confront racism as the result of systemic flaws, expressed as organizational intransigence, even as new “supportive and protective” structures are created. Thus, the central question raised by the anonymized, composite narrative case study at the core of this paper is as follows: To what ext…Read more