Moderators: Lynne Horiuchi, Independent Scholar, and Itohan Osayimwese, Brown University
For all scholars, publishing is a major challenge as it is one of the ways to provide a wide audience for research and writing to impact the direction of particular areas of study or in specialties. For minority scholars, the challenges are access, open hostility and passive resistance, especially if they are writing on race or minority subjects. This workshop is designed to provide information for scholars for navigating structural discrimination in publishing that challenges minority scholars at different levels of scholarly development and possible multiple intersections of differences. While open to all scholars, the discussion will specifically focus on minority scholars with Executive Editor Masako Ikeda, University of Hawaii Press, to address questions. We will also form an advisory group for the SAH Minority Scholars Affiliate Group to create a sustained discussion.