Women negotiating life in the academy : a Canadian perspective (Book, 2020) [Beloit College]
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Women negotiating life in the academy : a Canadian perspective

Women negotiating life in the academy : a Canadian perspective

Author: Sarah Elaine Eaton; Amy Burns
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, [2020]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book offers a new perspective on how Canadian women in the academy are re-conceptualizing and reconsidering their position as professionals. It examines central challenges associated with the lives of women scholars and higher education professionals, including their professional identity, institutional expectations, lessons learned throughout their career experiences in higher education, and navigating  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Elaine Eaton; Amy Burns
ISBN: 9811531137 9789811531132
OCLC Number: 1136969629
Description: xiv, 201 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part 1: Why this book matters --
1 Introduction --
Part 2: Our academic selves --
2 Intergenerational feminism: Bringing my past into my future as a woman in the academy --
3 Professional persistence: Portrait of a scholarly woman --
4 Shared stories: Embracing collaborative leadership for wellbeing --
5 Boots on the ground: Lived experiences of female academic leaders in higher education --
6 Lucy in the sky with the diamonds: Superimposing c.v. line items on the "becoming" and "unbecoming" of two she academics --
7 Professional identity: Creating stories in the academy --
8 Betwixt and between: Navigating academia as a higher education professional --
9 Negotiating the invisible maze as an academic professional --
Part 3: Negotiating roles and identities in addition to the academy --
10 Looking back as a way to move forward: A narrative journey towards self --
11 Driving to make change while being a constant: The unseen responsibilities of a doctoral student, mother, and more --
12 Shaping love as experience: Travelling within and across (academic) worlds as women of colour --
13 Feeling the rhythms: On becoming mother with/in the academy --
14 Storying the balancing act of academic leadership and family --
15 Skating on thin ice: Balancing the life of a skating rink mom and scholar --
16 Many irons in the fire: Balancing the expectations of others and self while pursuing professional goals --
17 Increasing the visibility of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics --
Part 4: Conclusion --
18 Looking forward: Implications for the future of women in the academy.
Responsibility: Sarah Elaine Eaton, Amy Burns, editors.

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This book is inclusive in nature, showcasing experiences from women who are scholars, students and higher education professionals.The book makes a significant and unique contribution to the field of  Read more...
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