ABSTRACT: Research shows that an oppressive classroom environment impairs learning and academic performance for students with oppressed identities. Less research examines faculty perceptions of their classroom, but such research could reveal whether an oppressive environment impairs teaching effectiveness. Although the literature shows that women faculty of color spend a disproportionate amount of time teaching, researchers have not systematically examined their classroom experiences.
Pittman C. T. (2010). Race and gender oppression in the Classroom: The experiences of women faculty of color with White male students. Teaching Sociology, 38, 183–196. https://doi.org/10.1177/0092055X10370120