Mid-Career Issues and Post-Tenure Opportunities

Calhoun, Cheshire
April 2010
APA Newsletters;Spring2010, Vol. 9 Issue 2, Special section p5
The article on mid-career issues and post-tenure opportunities for women philosophy professors in the U.S. It focuses on job mobility within academia and from academic to non-academic setting, and on career opportunities available for women philosophy professors post-tenure. The author relates her own experience in being on the job market three times after receiving her teaching tenure.


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