Kerry Ann Rockquemore and Tracey Laszloffy, “The Black Acedemic’s Guide for Winning Tenure – Without Losing Your Soul”

From Inside Higher Ed:

In The Black Academic’s Guide to Winning Tenure : Without Losing Your Soul (Lynne Rienner), Kerry Ann Rockquemore and Tracey Laszloffy offer both empathy and”to do”lists for African American scholars seeking tenure : as well as some advice on what not to do. The book speaks particularly to black scholars who may be the only non-white professor in a department, or who are in a very small minority. The authors are Kerry Ann Rockquemore and Tracey Laszloffy, who are the co-founders of BlackAcademic.com, a Web site that provides advice and forums. Rockquemore is an associate professor of sociology and African American studies and founder of the Under-Represented Faculty Mentoring Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Laszloffy is a coach and therapist for black and Latino faculty at predominantly white institutions….

More here. Via Zuska.

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0 Responses to Kerry Ann Rockquemore and Tracey Laszloffy, “The Black Acedemic’s Guide for Winning Tenure – Without Losing Your Soul”

  1. Samquilla says:

    You have the title wrong in the heading of the post – Black American v. Black Academic

  2. Ann Bartow says:

    Thanks. I fixed it and remain mystified how it happened, I thought I copied the title right from the publisher’s site, but obviously I didn’t. Apologies for the error.