Black Women in Academe: Progress But No Parity

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  • Shiela Gregory

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21423/awlj-v0.a54

Abstract

Many women who have been mentored by male scholars that are intellectually demanding, have been told to cut back on some of the time they devote to teaching and service in order to concentrate on research. While well meaning and possibly appropriate, this masculine perspective mirrors sexist attitudes that are prevalent both within and outside the academy.

 

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