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What does power abuse look and feel like in the academic world? How does it affect university faculty, students, education and research? What can we do to counteract and prevent power abuse? These questions are addressed in this collection of autobiographical poems, essays and illustrations about academia. The contributors reflect on individual experiences as well as underlying institutional structures, providing original perspectives on bullying, sexual harassment, discrimination, and other forms of power abuse in academic workplaces. They share their stories in order to break the culture of silence around power abuse in academia and point out pathways for constructive change.
Chapter 9 Bad Days
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Chapter 15 Benevolence or Bitterness
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In: Critical Storytelling: Experiences of Power Abuse in Academia
Chapter 5 A Decisive Meeting in Department X
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Chapter 23 Diving Deeper
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Chapter 13 Flexing Muscles
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In: Critical Storytelling: Experiences of Power Abuse in Academia
Chapter 12 Fragments of Missed Opportunities
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In: Critical Storytelling: Experiences of Power Abuse in Academia
Epilogue Gathering Voices for a Better Academic Workplace
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Chapter 19 The Ghosts of Academia
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Chapter 17 Harassment and Abuse of Power from a Global Perspective
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In: Critical Storytelling: Experiences of Power Abuse in Academia