Sexism in higher education: Dr. Kelly J. Baker

Sexism in higher education: Dr. Kelly J. Baker

In this important and all-too-timely conversation, Dr. Kelly J. Baker speaks with host David Dault about the difficulties faced in academia by women, and particularly women of color, when doing their work.

Baker's recent book is Sexism Ed: Essays on Gender and Labor in Academia (Raven Books, 2018). In the book, Baker examines issues such as gender inequity, precarious labor, misogyny, and structural oppression. 

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Dr. Kelly J. Baker is a freelance writer with a religious studies PhD who covers religion, higher education, gender, labor, motherhood, and popular culture. She writes for a number of national publications, and she is the author of several books, including Gospel According to the Klan, The Zombies are Coming!, and Grace Period: A Memoir in Pieces.

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