Cabrera's research and new book, White Guys on Campus, is a deep exploration of white male racism, and occasional anti-racism, on college campuses. Dr. Cabrera is featured in the MTV documentary White People and is also one of three academic expert witnesses for the plaintiffs in Tucson Unified Mexican American Studies case (Gonzales v. Douglas). He is a recipient of the Spencer/NAEd postdoctoral fellowship.
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Provides a critical synthesis of Whiteness in higher education scholarship.
Offers "white immunity" as a theoretical development of "white privilege."
Demonstrates the extremely racist ways White male undergraduates view their Asian American peers, despite professions of the "myth of model minority."
Demonstrates empirically the educational efficacy of the banned Tucson Mexican American Studies program. It played a central role in the current court case (Arce v. Douglas).
Empirically explores the behind-closed-door racist joke telling behaviors of White male undergraduates.
Documents how White male undergraduates use their racial privileges to challenge racism.