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We're Not OK: A Community of Healing

Ep4: Racial Battle Fatigue
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In this episode, hosts Dr. Antija Allen and Justin T. Stewart, sit down with Dr. Nicholas D. Hartlep to discuss his book," Racial Battle Fatigue in Faculty: Perspectives and Lessons from Higher Education (Diverse Faculty in the Academy)," the publishing process itself, his exciting upcoming projects, and other topics you won't want to miss.

Nicholas D. Hartlep (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee) (He/Him/His) holds the Robert Charles Billings Endowed Chair in Education at Berea College, where he chairs the Education Studies Department. His research includes examinations of the model minority stereotype of Asian Americans, higher education leadership, teaching and transformation in urban educational settings, and the impact of neoliberalism on public P–20 education. He has published 24 books in the field of education over the course of his academic career, two of which were named Outstanding Books by the Society of Professors of Education. Hartlep has received multiple awards for his work, including the 2020 Emerging Leader Award from the American Association for Access, Equity and Diversity; the 2018 John Saltmarsh Award for Emerging Leaders in Civic Engagement from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities; the 2015 Distinguished Young Alumni Award from Winona State University, and the 2016 Graduate of the Last Decade Award from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. He is currently writing What Can Be Learned from Work Colleges? An Education That Works (SUNY Press).

Follow him on Twitter: @nhartlep. Email:

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