Index
Page references followed by "q" refer to quoted material, while page references fol-
lowed by
lin."
or
linn."
refer
to
material in endnotes.
Academic freedom: and feminist in-
quiry, 103, 126-27; as historically
situated principle, 103-4; and tenure,
58,75-76,79; and trustee microman-
agement, 200
Academic Freedom in American Higher
Education: Rights, Responsibilities,
and Limitations (Poch), 75
Academic-government research com-
plex,65
Achievement gap, 239
Administrators: careers of, 5-6; and
child care, 158; and curriculum
changes, 63; and hierarchical report-
ing lines, 194-95, 197; and inclusive
team approach to university admin-
istration, 195-98, 201-2, 207-8; need
for risk-taking, 195; search com-
mittees for, 30; training of, 124-25;
women as, 123-26
Affirmative action programs, 5; elimi-
nation of, 73, 275 n. II; and faculty
recruitment, 184-85; impact of, 83-
84, II4-15; and internal grievance
procedures, II5-16; and salaries, 12
African-Americans. See Blacks
After-school care, impact of lack of,
234-36,247
Aging and older student population,
impact of, 140-43, 176
Agriculture, colleges of, 55, 174
Altbach, Philip G., 76
Altfeld, Clifford, 229-30
"Alumni, instant," 143
American Association of University
Professors, guidelines for tenure, 59,
75
American Studies Association, 139
AmeriCorps, 279 n. 7
Anecdotes: for antifeminist intellectual
harassment, 101-2; and-cognitive
diversity in women, 166-67; Diana
Franklin case, 107, II2, 117, 127-28;
Jean Jew case, 108, II2-13, 128-29;
K-12 education, 214-16, 219-21, 222-
24,227-34; Kolodny deanship, 9-13,
18-19; for obstacles to women's aca-
demic advancement, 84-90; Sarah
Smith case, I09-II, II3-14, 129
Antifeminist intellectual harassment,
98-130; anecdotes, 101-2; definition
of, 105-6; MLA on, 103-6; reme-
dies for, II7-27; survival tactics for,
117-27
Antler, Joyce, 136
Arenson, Karen, 28, 69
Asian Americans, as percentage of
full-time faculty, 72
Assistant professors, women, 83
Associate professors, 12
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