African Perspectives in American Higher Education: Invisible Voices
Contents: Foreword; Preface; Through the Back Door: From Invisibility to Visibility; Close Encounters: A Pilgrimage of Penance and Expiation; Surviving the 'Killing Zones' of Higher Education; Connecting Teaching and Mentoring to Learning: My Contributions to the American Academy; Adventures in Turbulent Seas; A Complex Web of Acceptance and Misgiving: My Journey in American Higher Education; 'Seeing Colour': My Journey in American Higher Education; My Brother's Teacher: An African at the Vanguard of American Higher Education; Making a Difference: My Contributions to American Higher Education; And Don't Call me Arrogant; My Experiences as a Growing Scholar in US Higher Education; I am the Person I Know Best: Perspectives on American Higher Education; Index.
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Surviving the Killing Zones of Higher Education
Bees in My Bonnet
Connecting Teaching and Mentoring to Learning My Contributions to the American Academy
Adventures in Turbulent Seas
A Complex Web of Acceptance and Misgiving My Journey in American Higher Education
Seeing Color My Journey in American Higher Education
My Brothers Teacher An African at the Vanguard of American Higher Education
Making a Difference My Contributions to American Higher Education
And Dont Call Me Arrogant
My Experience As A Growing Scholar In US Higher Education
I am the Person I Know Best Perspectives on American Higher Education
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