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Career Advancement Beyond the Traditional Tenure & Promotion Process: Broadening Boyer’s Scholarship Reconsidered Through Critical Race Theory
Priorities of the Professoriate: Multiple Forms of Scholarship Across Rural and Urban Institutions (2015)
  • Donald Mitchell, Jr., Grand Valley State University
  • Adriel A. Hilton, Western Carolina University
Within this chapter we intersect Boyer’s (1990) scholarship of application with critical race theory to (a) address the underrepresentation of tenure-track faculty of color across urban and rural predominantly White institutions, and (b) offer strategies for improving career advancement for faculty of color beyond the traditional tenure and promotion process.
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F. Bonner, C. Lewis, B. Lofton, & P. Robinson
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Mitchell, D., Jr., & Hilton, A. (2015). Career advancement beyond the traditional tenure & promotion process: Broadening Boyer’s Scholarship Reconsidered through critical race theory. In F. Bonner, C. Lewis, B. Lofton, & P. Robinson (Eds.), Priorities of the professoriate: Multiple forms of scholarship across rural and urban institutions (pp. 135-146). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.