Beyond retention [electronic resource] : cultivating spaces of equity, justice, and fairness for women of color in U.S. higher education / edited by Brenda L.H. Marina and Sabrina N. Ross, Georgia Southern University.
- Charlotte, North Carolina : Information Age Publishing, Inc., 2016.
- Research for social justice.
Research for social justice: personal, passionate, participatory inquiry
1 online resource (xxxviii, 308 pages.)
- African American women college teachers.
African American women college administrators.
Minority women college teachers -- United States.
Minority women college administrators -- United States.
Discrimination in higher education -- United States.
Sex discrimination in higher education -- United States.
- Introduction : Where Do We Begin? / Brenda L.H. Marina and Sabrina N. Ross
Ripple Effects and Shock Waves : The Impact of a Black Female Faculty Member's Open Letter to Her Institution / JeffriAnne Wilder
RESPONSE: Courageous Actions : A Response to Ripple Effects and Shock Waves / Elena Flores
Walking the Tightrope of Academe With No Net / Michelle D. Smith
RESPONSE: Lengthening Your Stride : Finding the Right Balance on the Tightrope / Patricia A. Mitchell
I'd Rather Be Harriet : A Counterstory of Two Sister Scholars / Nadrea R. Njoku and Juhanna N. Rogers
RESPONSE: Talking Back / Donyell Roseboro
Preparing to Lead : The Socialization of Black Women for Faculty and Administrative Careers Through Graduate School / Jennifer M. Johnson, Tykeia N. Robinson, Candice L. Staples, and Nina Daoud
RESPONSE: I Wish I Knew Then, What I Know Now : How to Build a Communal Pipeline / Tara T. Green
Soy Latina, Donde Estas Mi Gente? / Yvania Garcia-Pusateri
RESPONSE: Mentoring and Encouraging Professional Development for Latinas and Other Women of Color / Ramona Ortega-Listen
Triple Threat : Multiple Identities in the Academy / Lakeisha Meyer
RESPONSE: Commonalities, Contrasts, Challenges, and Commitments / Nina Asher
Who Speaks for Me? : Learning to Resist With Marginalized Statuses in the Academy / Jenelle Pitt
RESPONSE: Change Agents in the Academy : On Safe Spaces, Meaningful Advocacy, and Naming the Leak in the Academic Pipeline / Carol Henderson
Putting an End to Outside Looking In : It's Time for Women of Color in Higher Education to Create Social Capital / Monica Burke
RESPONSE: We Cannot Do it Alone / Stacey Pearson-Wharton
Balancing the Call to Serve : The Costs and Benefits of Leaving a Legacy in the Academy / Tamara Bertrand Jones, La'Tara Osborne-Lampkin, and JeffriAnne Wilder
Expressing Civic Virtue Inside a Crooked Room : A Call to Awareness for Women of Color at Predominantly White Institutions / Mahauganee Dawn Shaw
Answer the Call / Brenda L. H. Marina
Where Do We Go From Here : Concluding Emerging Thoughts / Sabrina Ross and Brenda L. H. Marina.
- Includes bibliographical references.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Description based on print version record.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
- Marina, Brenda Louise Hammett, editor.
Ross, Sabrina, editor.
ProQuest ebook central
James Hosmer Penniman Book Fund.
- Other format:
- Online version: Beyond retention
- 9781681234168 (electronic bk.)
1681234165 (electronic bk.)
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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