aretha f. marbley

About

aretha f. marbley is a professor and coordinator of clinical mental health counseling in counselor education and interim director of women and gender studies at Texas Tech University. She is an academic counselor and a critical humanist, womanist educator, storyteller, activist, servant, morally engaged researcher, and transdisciplinary scholar with a commitment to helping people and communities. Her scholarship focuses on critical global multicultural-social justice activism, organic connections, and literacy advocacy across cultures, social structures, and social identities in mental health and communities. She has received numerous awards including national human rights, social justice, anti-oppression, and multicultural research awards.

Author's Books

Square Pegs and Round Holes

Alternative Approaches to Diverse College Student Development Theory

Paperback
$37.50
E-Book (ePub)
$37.50

Diverse Millennial Students in College

Implications for Faculty and Student Affairs

Paperback
$35.00
E-Book (ePub)
$35.00