BLACK ACADEMIC WOMEN: PROGRESS BUT NO PARITY
Although many Black faculty women in this study found teaching personally rewarding as opposed to the
politics of administration, other concerns such as unclear expectations of scholarly research and
ambiguous requirements of promotion and tenure continued to be tremendous barriers towards
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