Diversity, Democratisation and Difference: Theories and Methodologies. Lost Leaders: Women in the Global Academy. Professor Louise Morley Dr Barbara Crossouard Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER), University of Sussex, UK Dr Mary Stiasny Institute of Education, UK.
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Diversity, Democratisation and Difference: Theories and MethodologiesLost Leaders: Women in the Global Academy
Professor Louise MorleyDrBarbara Crossouard
Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER), University of Sussex, UK
Dr Mary Stiasny
Institute of Education, UK
What is it that people don’t see?
Why don’t they see it?
What do current optics/ practices/ specifications reveal and obscure?
How are women being seen e.g. as deficit men?
How are women viewing leadership e.g. via the optic of neo-liberalism/ austerity/ unliveable lives?
Women should not:
Women Are Not/ Rarely
Constrained by socio-cultural messages.
Entering middle management.
Often located on career pathways that do not lead to senior positions.
Burdened with affective load:
being ‘other’ in masculinist cultures
navigating between professional and domestic responsibilities.
Hearing leadership narratives as unliveable lives.
Often perceiving leadership as loss.
Develop: Policy Interventions
Collect: Gender disaggregated statistics
Ensure: Strategic management of gender mainstreaming
Initiate: Development programmes for women leaders in higher education
Review: Recruitment and selection procedures for leaders
Address: Socio-cultural challenges via:
the curriculum e.g. Gender Studies
gender sensitisation programmes.