So Much to Do: Guides for Historical Research on Women in Higher Education
by Patricia Albjerg Graham - 1975
In order to understand the past better, we need more information about the experiences of the women in nonprestigious positions in higher education, for that is where nearly all the women have been. We also need to look for elements of commonality in the lives of the very few women who have become prominent in higher education in order not only to understand them better but also to recognize ways in which they have surmounted the hurdles that have blocked their female (or male) colleagues.
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