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Part one: solitudes and formal knowledge. Introduction: narratives of solitude / Elvi Whittaker -- Building and redefining women's studies in Canada / Annalee Lepp -- Canadian feminist anthropology: imagining the terrain / Winnie Lem -- Constructing knowledge for equity in the university: what do the categories tell us? / Joan M. Anderson in dialogue with Noga Gayle. Part two Identities and the everyday. Tenure (un)secure/d: as words go into labour / Patricia Palulis -- Seeking scientific voice: strategies for emerging scientists / Cecilia Moloney -- Solidarity in the solitudes of student life: contemporary women students discuss life and work in the academy / Katie Aubrecht and Isabel Mackenzie Lay -- Changing by degrees: the narratives of mature women students / Lelia Kennedy -- The non-nons: secretarial and clerical staff / Isabella Losinger -- It's not just the glass ceiling, it's the caste ceiling / Kersti King -- Contractual university teaching: the question of gender / Linda Cohen -- The missing link: research nurses and their contribution to the production of research knowledge / Patricia Kaufert -- Collective insecurity: an exploration of the experiences of women faculty in Atlantic Canada / Zelda Abramson, Phyllis L.F. Rippeyoung, and E. Lisa Price -- Afterthoughts.
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