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A stunning, intense collection of essays and research about the experiences of women of color in the academy Although I read it the whole way through, I would suggest it mostly as a reference volume specifically the end, which discusses steps for institutions, women of color, and allies. i reallllly needed this book and always will. I ve pulled this book out to review during these first stages of mentoring a young woman who studies at the college where I teach She s considering studies in education and social work, and she is a Woman of Color What will she be facing in her studies What is she already facing How do I stay mindful and intentional in my work with her I ask these questions again now as I have in the past various times when I ve read and reread the essays contained here These are directly from the experien I ve pulled this book out to review during these first stages of mentoring a young woman who studies at the college where I teach She s considering studies in education and social work, and she is a Woman of Color What will she be facing in her studies What is she already facing How do I stay mindful and intentional in my work with her I ask these questions again now as I have in the past various times when I ve read and reread the essays contained here These are directly from the experiences and expertise of Women of Color in Academia Five different categories provide the structure for the various offerings General Campus Climate, Faculty Student Relationships, Networks of Allies, Social Class in Academia, and Tenure and Promotion.Too often we dismiss these women outright or indirectly, and that is painful for me to admit being a Woman of Color myself but always I wince realizing that I have benefited in various ways because of the complex ways we categorize each other Have I looked the other way at times At other times I ve felt the sting of exclusion or loneliness yet internalized blame rather than effectively addressed the issues When we must continue painful conversations about women s rights and opportunities and that is certainly these days we need to learn from courageous women like those who contribute to this collection Caution Read this book with an open attitude and a sense of humbleness, especially if you are an educator, administrator, or staff member at a college or university This is NOT about teaching students or addressing student problems note one section is about Faculty and Students rather, it IS about how we treat each other as professionals It is not a comfortable book to read, nor do I recommend reading it quickly Whatever discomfort you find, you will also find valuable perspectives from articulate, strong, and complex women An incredibly important book Carefully crafted, comprehensive, and courageous A must read for anyone in higher ed. A must read for low income and working class women of color in academia. The mix of voices and the messages in this collection were powerful Highly recommend to anyone working in academia. Presumed Incompetent The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia Paperback by Gabriella Guti rrez y MuhsILL, from the libraryhttps library.villanova.edu Find ReTable of Contents Facing down the spooks Angela Mae KupendaWaking up to privilege intersectionality and opportunity Stephanie A ShieldsA prostitute, a servant, and a customer service representative a Latina in academia Carmen R Lugo LugoBlack Out the white face of multiculturalism and the violence of the C Presumed Incompetent The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia Paperback by Gabriella Guti rrez y MuhsILL, from the libraryhttps library.villanova.edu Find ReTable of Contents Facing down the spooks Angela Mae KupendaWaking up to privilege intersectionality and opportunity Stephanie A ShieldsA prostitute, a servant, and a customer service representative a Latina in academia Carmen R Lugo LugoBlack Out the white face of multiculturalism and the violence of the Canadian Academic Imperial Project Delia D DouglasThey forgot Mammy had a brain Sherr e WilsonPresent and unequal a third wave approach to voice parallel experiences in managing oppression and bias in the academy Kimberly R Moffitt, Heather E Harris, and Diane A Forbes BerthoudNavigating the academic terrain the racial and gender politics of elusive belonging Linda Trinh V Visibly invisible the burden of race and gender for female students of color striving for an academic career in the sciences Deirdre M BowenStepping in and stepping out examining the way anticipatory career socialization impacts identity negotiation of African American women in academia Cerise L GlennSilence of the lambs Angela Onwuachi WilligOn being special Serena EastonAre student teaching evaluations holding back women and minorities The perils of doing gender and race in the classroom Sylvia R LazosNotes toward racial and gender justice ally practice in legal academia Dean SpadeWhere s the violence The promise and perils of teaching women of color studies Grace ChangWorking across racial lines in a not so post racial world Margalynne J Armstrong and Stephanie M WildmanNative women maintaining their culture in the white academy Michelle M JacobDis jointed appointments solidarity amidst inequity, tokenism, and marginalization Michelle A Holling, May C Fu, and Roe BubarWhat s love got to do with it life teachings from multiracial feminism Kari LerumSharing our gifts Beth A BoydIgualadas Francisca de la Riva HollyThe Port Hueneme of my mind the geography of working class consciousness in one academic career Constance G AnthonyOn community in the midst of hierarchy and hierarchy in the midst of community Ruth GordonThe making of a token a case study of stereotype threat, stigma, racism, and tokenism in academe Yolanda Flores NiemannLessons from a portrait keep calm and carry on Andrien Katherine Wing No hay mal que por bien no venga a journey to healing as a Latina, lesbian law professor Elvia R ArriolaLa lucha Latinas surviving political science Jessica Lavariega MonfortiFree at last noperformance anxieties in the academy cause Stepin Fetchit has left the building Mary Antoinette SmithAfrican American women in the academy quelling the myth of presumed incompetence Sherri L Wallace, Sharon E Moore, Linda L Wilson, and Brenda G HartThe experiences of an academic misfit Kelly ErvinLessons from the experiences of women of color working in academia Yolanda Flores *Free Kindle ☟ Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia ↰ Presumed Incompetent is a pathbreaking account of the intersecting roles of race, gender, and class in the working lives of women faculty of color Through personal narratives and qualitative empirical studies, thanauthors expose the daunting challenges faced by academic women of color as they navigate the often hostile terrain of higher education, including hiring, promotion, tenure, and relations with students, colleagues, and administrators The narratives are filled with wit, wisdom, and concrete recommendations, and provide a window into the struggles of professional women in a racially stratified but increasingly multicultural America A must. This text helped facilitiate really powerful conversations in our RAC, but I wonder if it s as useful without a discussion group