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Title: The Experiences of Racialized Female Faculty at Queen's University

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Keywords: Racism
Racialized Female Faculty
Queen's University
Critical Race Feminism
Critical Whiteness Studies
Critical Race Theory
Issue Date: 2009
Series/Report no.: Canadian theses
Abstract: Racialized female faculty frequently experience discrimination in the academy. However, few scholars have attempted to understand such experiences. This study helps to fill this void by exploring the experiences of racialized female faculty within the university. More specifically, in this study, I interviewed racialized female faculty from Queen's University and asked them to discuss their experiences with discrimination on campus. I was interested in conducting this study at Queen's due to The Henry Report (2004) which examined the experiences of racialized faculty at Queen's and found that the university suffers from a 'culture of whiteness'. Moreover, I also wished to conduct this study at Queen's with racialized female faculty specifically because of the difficulties the university has in retaining these women, due to their experiences with racism on campus. From the interviews, I was able to conclude that racialized female faculty experience both racial and sexual discrimination at Queen's. Moreover, I was also able to conlude that this university still suffers from a 'culture of whiteness' and racism, and needs to make greater efforts to confront these issues or continue to have difficulties retaining racialized female faculty.
Description: Thesis (Master, Sociology) -- Queen's University, 2009-05-21 12:54:47.649
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/1885
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