Women professors of academic management percentage their own tales of being lady firsts.
These are the inspiring and illuminating tales of girls professors who first broke into the particular, all-male educational membership of academic management. ladies of this pioneering new release inform how they overcame daunting demanding situations, traumas, the naiveté of others, sexual harassment, and retaliation, in addition to how they encountered unforeseen kindness and help alongside the best way. Their tricky paths, complicated offerings, and triumphs are printed throughout the reports of the 1st black lady professor in academic management, a struggle to the loss of life for tenure, a genteel southerner’s war of words with the aloof North, and a brash northerner’s survival of the cultural complexities of the South. those tales converse no longer just to ladies, yet to all trailblazers within the place of work, and to these nonetheless dealing with discrimination and relegated to outsider status.
“…an vital assortment that contributes very much to feminist background and the heritage of education.” — H-Net stories (H-Education)
“The precise strength of this publication lies within the ideas that stick with all the women’s tales and dilemmas.” — Teachers university Record
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