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by Victoria Bradley

  • Author: Victoria Bradley
  • ISBN: 1440180970
  • ISBN13: 978-1440180972
  • ePub: 1124 kb | FB2: 1329 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Erotica
  • Publisher: iUniverse (June 15, 2010)
  • Pages: 376
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 387
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Tenure Track: A Novel. by. Victoria Bradley.

one grad student noted. Oh, I thought that was one of his strongest points, another countered. The British male was trying to suppress the power of women just as he was trying to suppress the. independence of colonial peoples. Jane was only half listening to this discussion in her graduate seminar on Gender Identity in Post-Victorian Britain. Usually she enjoyed this type of banter as the would-be P. s tried to come up with impressive verbiage to illustrate how well they were mastering the skills of professional historians.

Tenure Track deals with current issues such as sexual harassment, professional ethics, responses to campus violence, and the differences between perceptions and realities of the past; but ultimately, it is a story about personal relationships among family, friends, and colleagues within the world unto itself called a university.

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Tenure Track deals with current issues such as sexual harassment, professional ethics, responses to campus violence, and the differences between perceptions and realities of the past; but ultimately, it is a story about personal relationships among family, friends, and colleagues. Like stepping onto a real college campus for the first time, readers will be introduced to myriad characters, some of whom turn out to be very different from first impressions, whose smart, witty banter camouflage all-too-human weaknesses

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This book provides a good overview of how to become a successful professor (which . The underlying message is that conflicts of interest exist between tenure-track faculty, members of the department, and the college/university.

This book provides a good overview of how to become a successful professor (which perhaps differs from what I would consider being a "good" professor).

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Pow. Pow. Pow. Pow. Pow. Within one minute, five gunshots destroy the idyllic existence of a public college campus. After a female student kills her lover/professor, two students, and herself in front of a packed classroom-an event that becomes known as "Bloody Valentine's Day," the university responds by instituting a strict prohibition against student-faculty relations. Three years later, History Department Chair Jane Roardan finds that Lewis Burns, a young History professor up for tenure, is accused of having an affair with politically-connected undergrad Mandy Taylor. Administrators assign Jane to handle the matter and minimize damage to the school. While trying to uncover the truth about Lewis, Jane must deal with her own well-hidden indiscretions as well as fears that her teenage daughter may be the victim of a predatory teacher. By the time the story concludes, both historians realize that in order to properly deal with the present and set a new course for the future, each must come to terms with their own past mistakes. Tenure Track deals with current issues such as sexual harassment, professional ethics, responses to campus violence, and the differences between perceptions and realities of the past; but ultimately, it is a story about personal relationships among family, friends, and colleagues within the world unto itself called a university. Like stepping onto a real college campus for the first time, readers will be introduced to myriad characters, some of whom turn out to be very different from first impressions, whose smart, witty banter camouflage all-too-human weaknesses. This is the book professors DON'T want you to read!
Acrobat
Being a part of the academic world, I am always intrigued by how others view our society. Bradley's work is a bit dated and at times panders to the stereotypes held by the general public: the lecherous professor, etc. A nice diversionary read - nothing more.
Funky
A really riveting read! The characters were fresh and believable, and the author made me care about them. Kept me interested from beginning to end, even the second time I read it.
Balladolbine
Tenure Track is a treat. I'd call it a guilty pleasure but it is better written than that--it is simply a pleasure! My friend said that Victoria Bradley is like John Irving on estrogen. If you get that, you should get this book.
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