Title

Critical Race Theory and the Cultivation, Mentorship and Retention of Black Women Faculty

Status

Faculty

School

Kamalnotivz School of Education

Department

Education

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2-2016

Publication Title

American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

Description/Abstract

In this research, critical race theory as a framework is explored in order to understand the paradigm at work within institutions of higher education in relation to the cultivation, mentorship, and retention of Black female faculty using the methodology of duoethnography.

Keywords

Black female faculty, critical race theory, duoethnography, institutional racism

Volume

2

Issue

1

First Page

1

Last Page

16

Scholarly

yes

Disciplines

Education

Comments

http://aijhss.cgrd.org/images/Vol2No1/2.pdf

Original Citation

Article: León, R. J., & Thomas, N. D. “Critical Race Theory and the Cultivation, Mentorship and Retention of Black Women Faculty.” American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2016, 2(1), 1-16.

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