Exploring the Role of the School Principal in Predominantly White Middle Schools: School Leadership to Promote Multicultural Understanding
Dr. Jacquelynne Anne Boivin
According to the publisher, Routledge, by detailing an explanatory sequential mixed methods study grounded in critical race theory, this book by Dr. Boivin of the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education explores the role of effective educational leadership in developing multicultural acceptance in predominantly white schools. It draws on experiences and accounts of school principals in rural middle schools in the United States.
God and the World’s Arrangement: Readings from Vedānta and Nyāya Philosophy of Religion
Translated, with Introduction and Explanatory Notes by Nirmalya Guha, Matthew Dasti and Stephen Phillips
Dr. Matthew Dasti of the Department of Philosophy is one of three Sankritist philosophers authoring this book, which translates and reflects on seminal debates over God in classical Indian philosophy. It allows readers to engage directly with the work of Indian thinkers like Śa ˙nkara, Vācaspati, and Dharmakīrti as they debate whether a creator God can be proven by reason alone.