This chapter shares findings of a study aimed at investigating the lived experiences of women of color librarians in promotion- and tenure-track positions. It examines how one’s identity as a women of color and the process of navigating the inequities embedded within the predominantly white systems of higher education and librarianship impact the everyday work, sense of identity, and overall career advancement of librarians of color. It also discusses the implications these ultimately present on the recruitment, mentorship, and retention of diverse faculty in academic libraries.
Chesley, Camille and Anantachai, Tarida, "The Burden of Care: Cultural Taxation of Women of Color Librarians on the Tenure-Track" (2018). University Libraries Faculty Scholarship. 107.