By Rochelle Garner
This learn examines the management of 3 African-American girls directors in better schooling, and the way they've got used their spirituality as a lens to steer within the academy. The relevant questions hence examine contain: How do African-American ladies make which means in their non secular selves of their daily management practices? How does their spirituality impact their paintings and the kind of relationships they advance with others within the academy? What are the ways that those 3 ladies have used their spirituality as a lens to steer, and the way does this management effect the social, cultural and political build of a male-dominated arena?
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Contesting the Terrain of the Ivory Tower: Spiritual Leadership of African American Women in the Academy (Studies in African American History and Culture) by Rochelle Garner