Review: Mapping Your Academic Career, by Dr. Gary Burge

Based on the reviews on the back cover, this book is already striking chords with many faculty at all stages of their career. It also should be required reading for those in professional development programs, administrators, and organizations like Emerging Scholars that work with faculty. Dr. Burge highlights a lacuna in faculty development and gives some frame for those stakeholders to engage faculty in their midst.Read more…

Book Review: Birmingham Revolution

Solitary confinement in prison can be a shattering psychological experience, one often used to break the spirit of those imprisoned. For Martin Luther King, Jr., solitary confinement served not only to further forge the character of this civil rights leader, but resulted in one of the signature documents of the civil rights movement . . .Read more…