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Title Presumed incompetent : the intersections of race and class for women in academia / edited by Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs ... [et al.].
Publication Info. Boulder, Colo. : University Press of Colorado : Utah State University Press, c2012.
Location Call No. Status Notes
 Law Library  LB 2332.3 .P74 2012    CHECKED IN
Description xiii, 570 p. ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Facing down the spooks / Angela Mae Kupenda -- Waking up to privilege : intersectionality and opportunity / Stephanie A. Shields -- A prostitute, a servant, and a customer-service representative : a Latina in academia / Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo -- Black/Out : the white face of multiculturalism and the violence of the Canadian Academic Imperial Project / Delia D. Douglas -- They forgot Mammy had a brain / Sherrée Wilson -- Present and unequal : a third-wave approach to voice parallel experiences in managing oppression and bias in the academy / Kimberly R. Moffitt, Heather E. Harris, and Diane A. Forbes Berthoud -- Navigating the academic terrain : the racial and gender politics of elusive belonging / Linda Trinh Võ -- Visibly invisible : the burden of race and gender for female students of color striving for an academic career in the sciences / Deirdre M. Bowen -- Stepping in and stepping out : examining the way anticipatory career socialization impacts identity negotiation of African American women in academia / Cerise L. Glenn -- Silence of the lambs / Angela Onwuachi-Willig -- On being special / Serena Easton -- Are student teaching evaluations holding back women and minorities? The perils of "doing" gender and race in the classroom / Sylvia R. Lazos -- Notes toward racial and gender justice ally practice in legal academia / Dean Spade -- Where's the violence? The promise and perils of teaching women of color studies? / Grace Chang -- Working across racial lines in a not-so-post-racial world / Margalynne J. Armstrong and Stephanie M. Wildman -- Native women maintaining their culture in the white academy / Michelle M. Jacob -- Dis/jointed appointments : solidarity amidst inequity, tokenism, and marginalization / Michelle A. Holling, May C. Fu, and Roe Bubar -- What's love got to do with it? : life teachings from multiracial feminism / Kari Lerum -- Sharing our gifts / Beth A. Boyd -- Igualadas / Francisca de la Riva-Holly -- The Port Hueneme of my mind : the geography of working-class consciousness in one academic career / Constance G. Anthony -- On community in the midst of hierarchy (and hierarchy in the midst of community) / Ruth Gordon -- The making of a token : a case study of stereotype threat, stigma, racism, and tokenism in academe / Yolanda Flores Niemann -- Lessons from a portrait : keep calm and carry on / Andrien Katherine Wing -- "No hay mal que por bien no venga" : a journey to healing as a Latina, lesbian law professor / Elvia R. Arriola -- La lucha : Latinas surviving political science / Jessica Lavariega Monforti -- Free at last! : no more performance anxieties in the academy 'cause Stepin Fetchit has left the building / Mary-Antoinette Smith -- African American women in the academy : quelling the myth of presumed incompetence / Sherri L. Wallace, Sharon E. Moore, Linda L. Wilson, and Brenda G. Hart -- The experiences of an academic "misfit" / Kelly Ervin -- Lessons from the experiences of women of color working in academia / Yolanda Flores Niemann.
Subject Women college teachers.
Women college teachers -- Social conditions.
Minority college teachers.
Women in higher education.
Sex discrimination in higher education.
Feminism and higher education.
Added Author Gutiérrez y Muhs, Gabriella.
Standard No. 806495370
ISBN 9780874218695
0874218691
9780874218701 (e-book)
0874218705 (e-book)
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