Gender roles and faculty lives in rhetoric and composition / Theresa Enos.

Combining anecdotal evidence (the personal stories of rhetoric and composition teachers) with hard data. Theresa Enos offers documentation for what many have long suspected to be true: lower-division writing courses in colleges and universities are staffed primarily by women who receive minimal pay,...

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Main Author: Enos, Theresa.
Format: eBook
Published: Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, [1996]
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Various Voices and Symptomatic Statistics
  • 2. Demographics and Professional Environment
  • 3. Marching to Different Drummers: Nontraditional Careers
  • 4. We Do Windows and Glass Ceilings: Professional Environment
  • 5. The Academy's Female Ghetto
  • 6. Hired, Malice Aforethought
  • 7. Broadening the Definition of Intellectual Work in Rhetoric and Composition Studies
  • 8. Tenure Gender Gaps
  • 9. A Greater Voice: The Two Year College
  • 10. The Shibboleth of Market Forces: Nontenure-Track, Temporary Full-Time, and Part-Time Faculty
  • 11. Catalyst for Change.