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Reflections of Black Women Faculty in South African Universities

From: The Review of Higher Education
Volume 25, Number 2, Winter 2002
pp. 185-205 | 10.1353/rhe.2002.0004


The qualitative study on which this article is based, examines the experiences of Black, junior-rank female faculty in South Africa universities. The data demonstrate that, while gender discrimination is a global phenomenon that affects many women in the professoriate and while gender inequities are common across all racial groups in South Africa, the experiences of Black women faculty highlight the overlap of race and gender and the multiple ways in which these women scholars continue to be marginalized.

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