The Sista Network: African American Women Faculty Successfully Negotiating the Road to Tenure - JB-Anker (Paperback)Tuesday L. Cooper (author)
Paperback 164 Pages / Published: 18/01/2008
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The "Sista' Network"is a term used to describe the relationships between and among professional African-American women which enable them to assist one another in learning the unwritten rules and protocols of various professions. In the context of higher education, the Sista' Network can help new African-American women faculty learn the rules to "the Tenure Game." A qualitative inquiry into the lives and experiences of nine African-American women during various stages of the tenure process, this book partly explores general, practical considerations such as the tenure process; requirements for tenure; and negotiating the balance among teaching, research, service, and collegiality. Yet it delves further into the statistics of African-American women faculty in the academy; issues of isolation, mentoring, and networking; African-American women faculty and the tenure process; African-American feminist thought; and racism, sexism, and the politics of singularity. Also included are 12 guiding principles for new African-American women faculty members embarking upon the tenure process. Carefully weaving African-American feminist thought with the literature on academic tenure and minority along with stories of women faculty's experiences in the academy, the author creates an effective and engaging account for minority women embarking on the tenure journey themselves.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Number of pages: 164
Weight: 231 g
Dimensions: 228 x 155 x 9 mm
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