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Career Advancement Beyond the Traditional Tenure & Promotion Process: Broadening Boyer’s Scholarship Reconsidered Through Critical Race TheoryPriorities of the Professoriate: Multiple Forms of Scholarship Across Rural and Urban Institutions (2015)
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.
EditorF. Bonner, C. Lewis, B. Lofton, & P. Robinson
Citation InformationMitchell, 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.