Equity in Career Advancement Publications

[1] L. Billard, The Past, present, and future of academic women in the mathematical sciences, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 707-714.
[2] G. Fenaroli, F. Furinghetti, A. Garibaldi, and A. Somaglia, Women and mathematical research in Italy during the period 1887-1946, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 119-130.
[3] M. S. Foster, A question of jobs---the two-career couple, BioScience 43 no. 4 (1993), 237-248.
[4] L. H. Fox, The Problem of Women and Mathematics, Ford Founcation March 1980 (1981).
[5] J. Harrison, The Escher staircase, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 730-734.
[6] Z. Isaacson, "They look at you in absolute horrow': Women writing and talking about mathematics, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 9-19.
[7] L. Johnsrud and C. Atwater, Scaffolding the ivory tower: Building supports for faculty, CUPA Journal Spring (1993).
[8] S. Kaplan and A. Tinsley, The unfinished agenda: women in higher education administation, Academe Jan.-Feb. (1989).
[9] E. Lafontaine, Eliminating Peer Barriers to Educational Equity for Women, NAWDAC 51 no. 4 (1988).
[10] D. J. Lewis, Mathematics and women: The undergraduate school and pipeline, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 721-723.
[11] J. Lubchenco and B. Menge, Split Positions Can Provide a Sane Career Track, BioScience 43 no. 4 (1993).
[12] L. N. Nguyen, Math Department Seeking Women Profs., Harvard Crimson, 91/9/30 (1991).
[13] P. Purser and H. Wily, Where have the mathematicians gone in New Zealand?, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 131-142.
[15] L. J. Reisser and L. A. Zurflluh, Female Administrators: Moving Up, or Moving Out?, Journal of NAWDAC 50 no. 4 (1987).
[16] J. Roitman, Forum: What still needs to change (for the good of women in mathematics, and for the good of mathematics), Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 774.
[17] H. Rossi, Affirmative Action, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 26 no. 4 (1996).
[18] E. D. Rothblum, Leaving the Ivory Tower: Factors Contributing to Women's ...., Frontiers 10 no. 2 (1988).
[19] M. A. Sagaria, Case for Empowering Women as Leaders in Higher Education, in Empowering Women: Leadership, M. D. Sagaria, Ed. Jossey-Bass, 1988).
[20] B. R. Sandler, The Campus Climate Revisited: Chilly for Women Faculty, Administrators, and Students, Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges (1986).
[21] L. Taylor, American female and male university professors' mathematical attitudes and life histories, in Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, L. Burton, Ed. Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990), 47-59.
[22] J. A. Turner, More women are earning doctorates in mathematics, but few are being hired by top universities; math societies' data are no news to female academics, who note that barriers are subtle but important, The Chronicle of Higher Education 36 n o. 14 (1989), A13.
[23] M. Wake, Two Career Couples-Attitudes & Opportunities, BioScience 43 no. 4 (1993).