A Crisis of Conviction: One Woman’s Story
by Beth R. Handler — January 09, 2006
A short personal commentary about the evolution of the author's convictions about what constitutes scholarship. The author tracks her struggle with those convictions from when she was a doctoral candidate at a major research university to when she became a member of the faculty at a regional university.
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