Reclaiming my Time: An Autoethnographic Exploration of Black Women Higher Education Administrators
Marcia D. Hernandez: 0000-0001-9556-7699
The Journal of Negro Education
This article synthesizes the collaborative autoethnographic reflections of three Black women administrators who worked together at a predominantly White institution. The authors examine their lived experiences, or linked fate, within the complicated structural arrangements of the university-industrial complex, as well as the damaging narratives that depict Black women in the academy. The study contributes time capital and title-power through the lens of human agency, to the much-needed scholarship that centers Black female leaders in academia.
Hernandez, M. D.,
Reclaiming my Time: An Autoethnographic Exploration of Black Women Higher Education Administrators.
The Journal of Negro Education, 89(3), 282–297.