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Publications
Liang, C. T. H. & Alimo, C., (2005). The impact of white heterosexual students' interactions on attitudes toward lesbian, gay and bisexual people: A longitudinal study. Journal of College Student Development, 46, 237-250.


Longerbeam, S.D., Sedlacek, W.E., Balón, D.G., Alimo, C., (2005). The multicultural myth: A study of multicultural program organizations at three public research universities. Journal of College Student Development, 46, 88-98.


Gorski, P., Alimo, C., Carter, L., Habib, C., Hackman, H., O’Neill, N., & Samuels, D. (2003). Pedagogy, politics, and schools III: More films about social justice in education. [Review of the film What’s Up With Middle School Guys?]. Multicultural Education, 10, 62-63.

Alimo, C., Kelly, R. & Clark, C. (2002). Intergroup dialogue program student outcomes and implications for campus racial climate: A case study. Multicultural Education, 10, 49-53.


Clark, C., Brimhall Vargas, M., Schlosser, L., Alimo, C. (2002). It’s not just “secret santa” in December: Addressing educational and workplace climate issues linked to Christian privilege. Multicultural Education, 11, 53-58.


Gorski, P., Alimo, C. (2002). Reel confrontations: Films with multicultural critiques of popular media [Review of the film Tough guise: Media images and the crisis in masculinity]. MultiCultural Review, 11, 40-41.

Gorski, P., Alimo, C., Brimhall-Vargas, M., Clark, C., Harewood, G., Horton, J., O’Neill, N., & Subbaraman, S. (2002). Sexism exposed: Films about gender identity, discrimination and change [Review of the film The Farier Sex?]. Multicultural Education, 9, 42.


Alimo, C., & Kelly, R. (2001, November 18). Student outcomes and campus racial climate: Intergroup dialogue program. Paper Presented at the Annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Richmond, Virginia.


Fried, J. & Alimo, C. (1999, December). What Does Violence Look Like on Campus? ACPA Developments, 25, 11-13.


Alimo, C. & Zuniga, X. (Eds.). (1998). Exploring Conflicts & Common Ground-Dialogue: Women and Men Reader. Amherst, Massachusetts: Textbook Annex.
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