CFP: Women in the Profession (3/15/06; journal issue)

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Joseph Marotta
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Call for Papers for Special Issue, Fall 2006


Professional Studies Review is now accepting articles for consideration for its Fall 2006 issue. This issue will be devoted to Women in the Profession. Suggested topics might include (but are not limited to) such issues as:


Feminist Pedagogy

Debunking Myths of Women in Academe

Patriarchal Expectations and Feminist Strategies in Colleges of Professional Studies

Tenure and Promotion

Women and Leadership in the Professional Colleges

Codes of Female Pedagogy

The University Classroom: A Woman’s Sphere?

Opening Doors and Shattering Glass Ceilings:

Women and Promotion

Overrating and Underrating: Students Evaluation of Women Professors

Women Leading, Men Following: A New Professional Paradigm?

African-American and Hispanic representation among college teachers

What the Professions Should Be Doing

Strategies for Recruitment and Retention

Women’s Studies Courses

Salary/pay inequalities

Gender Trends in Professional Practice


Submissions should be written for scholars, teachers and graduate students who are not necessarily specialists in a professional field but are versed in the current research.


Submissions from younger scholars and graduate students are welcome.


Deadline for final submission: March 15, 2006


To receive author guidelines or journal information, contact:

Dr. Joseph Marotta, General Editor, email: or see the PSR website:


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