Index

The Beauty and the Burden of Being a Black Professor

ISBN: 978-1-83867-268-3, eISBN: 978-1-83867-267-6

ISSN: 1479-3644

Publication date: 18 January 2021

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(2021), "Index", Davis, C.H., Hilton, A., Hamrick, R. and Brooks, F.E. (Ed.) The Beauty and the Burden of Being a Black Professor (Diversity in Higher Education, Vol. 24), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 189-194. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1479-364420210000024018

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INDEX

Academic

administrators as cultural managers
, 118

tracking
, 38

Academic Affairs Leadership Team (AALT)
, 135–136

ACPA About Campus
, 141

Adjunct counternarrative
, 120–122

Adjunct faculty
, 115

as professionals
, 119

Adjunct Faculty Professional Identity: An African-American Postsecondary Administrators Part-time Teaching Narrative (Campbell)
, 5

Adoption through compliance
, 169–170

ADVANCE Women of Color Summer Writing Retreats
, 141

Advising
, 142–143

Affirmative identity thesis
, 29

African Americans
, 9–10

dual identity
, 114–124

faculty experience
, 10–12

higher education professionals
, 14

history course
, 107–108

identity
, 119

normative professional socialization
, 113–114

postsecondary administrator’s part-time teaching narrative
, 111–112

scholars
, 112

women
, 90, 91

American Association for Blacks in Higher Education’s Leadership and Mentoring Institute (AABHE’s LMI)
, 137

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
, 171–172

American Council on Education (ACE)
, 9

Ample scholarship
, 10

Apprentice-style
, 172–173

Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)
, 24

Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U)
, 134–135

Atlantic, The
, 106

Beauty and Burden of Being a Black Professor, The
, 183–185, 187

Beauty and the Beast
, 1

duality of tale
, 1–2

lyrics of song
, 2–3

Behavioral change
, 170

Black academic leaders
, 114

Black adjunct faculty
, 119

Black faculty
, 187–188

members
, 24

Black Issues in Higher Education
, 68

Black Lives Matter movement
, 183, 185

Black women
, 80–81

negative stereotypic images
, 81

Brown v. Board of Education (1953)
, 168

Campus-based mentors
, 142

Career planning
, 140

Center for Minority Serving Institutions (CMSIs)
, 137–138

Chief Diversity Officer (CDO)
, 27–28

Classism
, 81

(College) Hill, The
, 146

Collegiality
, 10–12, 17–18

Committee, The
, 63

Communalism
, 160

Conceptual perspective
, 28–29

Congressional Black Caucus (CBC)
, 133

Content area knowledge acquisition
, 160

Counter storytelling
, 25–27

Counternarrative approach
, 120

Counterstorytelling
, 120

Course-based research experiences (CUREs)
, 172–174, 178

Critical race theory (CRT)
, 24

counter storytelling
, 26–27

critique of liberalism
, 29–32

interest convergence
, 27–29

theoretical framework
, 25

whiteness as property
, 32–33

Cross-curricular integrative writing approach
, 167

Cultural/culture
, 17, 116–120, 149–151

consciousness
, 117–118

intuition
, 120

taxation
, 106–107, 140

Deficit model
, 29

Department Chair
, 73

Dialogue Between Sisters, A (Candelera and Simms)
, 4, 93–94, 101

academy
, 90–91

affinity groups
, 94–95

jungle
, 96–99

mentors
, 98–99

narrative
, 90

paths to promotion and spirit murder
, 99–100

self-doubt
, 91–93

Dilemma of a Negro Scholar, The
, 2

Direct mentorship
, 172–173

Diversity
, 28–29

hire
, 64

plans
, 29

Dual socialization
, 117–118

Educational institutions, history and culture of
, 149–150

ELEVATE endeavors
, 137–138

Equity
, 82–83

Executive turnover impact
, 11

Exotic communities
, 107

Faculty appreciation
, 160–161

FAMU
, 150

for graduate school
, 153, 155

Finances as graduate student
, 155–156

Florida A&M University Developmental Research School (FAMU-DRS)
, 176

Formal mentoring experiences
, 135–137

GA appointment
, 158–159

Grading
, 158

Graduate administrator values
, 118–119

Graduate school socialization
, 112

Graduate student reflections

on faculty
, 156

on mentorship and faculty
, 150–151

Graying tendency
, 140

Grievance
, 74

Group identity perspective
, 28–29

Group mentoring experiences
, 135–137

Hazard Ahead: The Impact of High Executive Turnover Rates on African-Americans Navigation of the Professoriate at HBCUs (Broussard)
, 3

High executive turnover rates

collegiality
, 17–18

culture
, 17

literature surveying
, 10–13

mentorship
, 15–16

methodology
, 13–14

networking
, 18–19

organizational support
, 16–17

participants
, 14

questions and responses
, 14–15

Higher education administration
, 112

Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs)
, 23–24

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)
, 5–6, 8–9, 23–24, 38–39, 47, 104, 112, 146, 166–167, 184, 187

African-American faculty at
, 12

attending HBCU and tenure demands
, 148–149

executive turnover at
, 9

experience
, 130

history and purpose
, 107

history of black faculty at
, 167–168

reputational pre-and misconceptions
, 13

student bodies and faculties
, 12

Human resources (HR)
, 56

I Am Because We Are, Not Just Mentoring, but a Collaborative Approach to Faculty and Student Development (Tani)
, 5

attending HBCU and tenure demands
, 148–149

culture
, 149–151

ever-dreaded tenure requirements
, 147

forging bonds with students
, 151–152

giving back to future generations
, 153–155

hidden gems of assisting professor
, 157–161

money moves
, 155–156

teaching
, 156–157

Ideological perspective
, 28–29

Imposter Syndrome
, 132–133

Industrial/organizational psychology (I/O psychology)
, 57

Informational influence
, 169–170

Institutional perspective
, 28–29

Integrated Postsecondary Educational Data System (IPEDS)
, 8–9

Interest convergence
, 25, 27–29, 31

Intersectionality
, 80–81

Invisible labor
, 40

Ivory Tower
, 90

K-12 education
, 67–68, 77

Kentucky
, 104

Kentucky State University (KYSU)
, 104–105

office of institutional research
, 105

Know-your-place aggressions
, 91

Leader’s narrative
, 120

Leadership and Mentoring Institute (LMI)
, 138–141

Liberalism, critique of
, 25, 29–32

Look, The Language, and The Games, The
, 30–31

Mammy
, 82

May the Work I’ve Done Speak for Me: Tenure and Promotion (Johnson)
, 3–4

academy
, 56–59

biodata
, 54–56

cosmopolitan college
, 61–64

rural university
, 60–61

Mentor
, 41–43, 128–129

Mentoring
, 128–129

to mitigating tenure process
, 161–162

moment
, 134

“Mentors in my mind”
, 133–135

Mentorship
, 10, 15–16, 98, 146, 150, 159–161

Mentorship Made the Difference: My Journey to an Unexpected Destination (Russell)
, 5

beauty and burden
, 128–129

end of day
, 143

formal and group mentoring experiences
, 135–137

jumping into deep end
, 132–133

mentors in my mind
, 133–135

postgraduate
, 131–132

reset
, 137–143

things
, 130–131

Microaggressions
, 74

Mid-level academic administrators
, 113

Mid-Managers Institute (MMI)
, 135–137

Minority serving institutions (MSIs)
, 8, 137–138

Mismeasure of Man, The (Gould)
, 29

My Time in the Academy: A Cautionary Tale (Minor)
, 4, 67–68

lessons
, 70–71, 75, 77

Narrative analysis
, 120

National Association of Diversity Officers of Higher Education (NADOHE)
, 27–28

National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES)
, 7–8, 167–168

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)
, 70

National Science Education Standards (NSES)
, 171–172

National Science Foundation (NSF)
, 171–172

Negro
, 108

Networking
, 18–19

Non–African-American faculty
, 17

Non–tenure track positions
, 188

Normative professional socialization
, 113–114

Organizational support
, 10–11, 16–17

Othermothering tendencies
, 140

Palmer, Robert, T.
, 38–44

research
, 41–43

service
, 43–44

teaching
, 39–41

Personality psychology
, 168–169

PhD to Professor: An Open Letter to A Young Scholar
, 3

Palmer
, 38–44

recommendations
, 50–51

Williams
, 44–50

Plight of the Black Academic, The
, 2

Post-racial society
, 30

Postundergraduate ROs
, 172

Predominantly white institutions (PWIs)
, 8, 19, 23–24, 28, 39, 43, 77–78, 130, 148, 184, 187

Professional

identity
, 119

socialization
, 116–120

Professionalization theory for part-time faculty
, 117

Program Coordinator
, 76

Psychic liberation
, 118

Psychology students
, 176, 178

Publication process
, 41

Qualitative approach
, 5

Quality Enhancement Program (QEP)
, 174

Racial battle fatigue in faculty (Palmer)
, 39

Racial microaggressions
, 30–31, 108

Racism
, 81

as normality
, 25

Representation
, 139

Research experience (RE)
, 167, 171–172

Research opportunities (ROs)
, 166, 171–172

Road to the Doctorate, The
, 56–59

Sapphire
, 82

Self-concept
, 119

Self-reflection
, 11–12

Sexism
, 81

Simmons College of Kentucky
, 104

Slave plantation
, 90

Small Town America
, 70–71

Social justice, commitment to
, 25

Social psychology

attitudes, and behavior
, 169

of classroom in classroom
, 170–171

in education
, 168–170

painting picture of social psychology within classroom
, 171

supplementing educational psychology with
, 170

Socialization
, 117

Sociology
, 168–169

Souls of Black Folk, The
, 108

Southern Association for College Student Affairs conference (SACSA conference)
, 136

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
, 62

Specialist/expert/professional adjunct faculty
, 116

Spook That Sat by the Ivory Tower: A Scholarly Personal Narrative of a Black Man’s Tenure-Track Journey in the Academy, The (Whitaker)
, 3

Spook Who Sat by the Door, The
, 23–24, 28

Spook Who Sat by the Ivory Tower, The
, 183–184

Strategic diversity leadership
, 28

Strengths Based Leadership
, 55

Student

development
, 162

importance of student–faculty interactions
, 153–154

Summer research experiences (SREs)
, 172

Support
, 10–11, 160

Systemic oppression
, 79

Teaching
, 142–143

assistantship
, 159

experiences
, 158

Tempered radicals
, 60–61

Tenure
, 147

committees
, 12

portfolio
, 154–155

tenure-earning track in academia
, 166

tenure-track instructional faculty members
, 106–107

tenure-track professorships
, 7–10

Theoretical sensitivity
, 120

Time
, 157–158, 160

Two Worlds: A Black Woman Scholar at a Diverse Historically Black College (Gilliam)
, 4, 104

Ubuntu principle
, 141–142

Ugly Truth of Being a Black Professor in America, The
, 2, 29

Undergraduate research opportunities (UROs)
, 171–172

Undergraduate students as researchers
, 171–174

University of Georgia
, 57

Unstoppable: A Black Woman’s Journey Through the Professorate (Rowley)
, 4

equity
, 82–83

gift
, 86–87

intersectionality
, 80–81

negative stereotypic images of black women
, 81

work–life balance
, 83–84

workplace stress
, 84–85

Using a Cross-Disciplinary Teaching Approach to Attenuate the Void: Building Educators and Researchers at a Historically Black College/University (Davis, Tani, Christon)
, 5–6

course delivery
, 175

implementation
, 174–175

implications
, 177–178

methods
, 174–177

research paper
, 177

resources
, 175

review of literature
, 167–174

teaching pedagogy and research engagement
, 175–176

Visiting Assistant Professor (VAP)
, 97

Voluntary adjunct faculty
, 115

W. E. B. Du Bois’ theory on double consciousnes
, 108–109

White Fragility
, 30–31

White institutions
, 29

White privilege
, 108

Whiteness as property
, 25, 32–33

Williams, Janelle L.
, 44–50

dedication
, 47–48

hard work
, 48–50

patience
, 50

Women of color
, 80, 82

Work–life balance
, 83–84

Workplace stress
, 84–85

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)
, 174–175