The Status of Women in the Historical Profession, 2005
Appendix A: Gender Equity in the Historical Profession: Survey of Women Faculty
I. Demographic Information
Note: Except for "Year of receipt of terminal degree," respondents selected from a list of choices for these questions. The survey responses could be sorted by any Demographic Information category.
- Year of receipt of terminal degree:
- Type of principle employment:
- Employment category:
- Academic rank (if any):
- Race/Ethnic origin:
II. Survey Questions
These questions were free response.
1. Has gender been a significant factor in the course of your career as a historian?
If "Yes," in what ways, if any, has gender been a factor in the course of your career as a historian?
2. What factors have facilitated or hindered your career development
and advancement in the profession? Among other factors, you
may want to consider
of chairs and departmental policies; institutional policies
and practices such as maternity leave, teaching loads, access
funding, institutional climate, etc.
3. Has mentoring others or being mentored played an important
role in your career development and advancement in the
mentoring (formal and informal) played an important role
in your career development and
advancement in the profession? Mentoring may include advice
about standards for promotion; appropriate balancing of
information about and access to resources at your institution
and beyond; etc. Please
4. What else would you like us to know about your experiences
in the profession?
5. Are there other important issues you would like the CWH to consider?
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