References and Further Reading

References and Further Reading

If you’d like more information, you might find the following helpful:-

Antonio, A.L. (1999). Faculty of color and scholarship transformed: New arguments for diversifying faculty. Diversity Digest. Accessed 11/11/2004. Available at http://www.diversityweb.org/Digest/W99/diversifying.html.

Boyer, E.L. (1992/1997). Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate. New York: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.

Bugliani, A. (1992).  Strategies for successful hiring. ADFL Bulletin. 23(2): 26-28.

Furedy, J.J.; Fidler, S.; Morgenstern, Y.; & Tryhor; W. (1999).  Judgmental content analysis of Canadian tenure-stream advertisements to assess latent influences on institutional commitment to affirmative action.  Accessed 15/6/05. Available at: http://www.psych.utoronto.ca/~furedy/Papers/me/JUDGM6.doc

Guidelines for Best Practice in Selection Interviewing, SHL UK. http://www.shlgroup.com/uk/litigation/BestPractice/BestPractice_SelectInt.pdf

Hoffmeir, Patricia A. (2003). Are search committees really searching? Academic Medicine. 78(2): 125-128.  References\Are Search Committees Really Searching.pdf

Marchese, T. (1987). The Search Committee Handbook: A Guide to Recruiting Administrators. Washington DC: American Association for Higher Education.

McLaughlin, J.B. & Reisman, D. (1985). The vicissitudes of the search process. The Review of Higher Education. 8: 341-355.

Perlman, B. & McCann, L.I. Recruiting Good College Faculty: Practical Advice for a Successful Search. Boston, MA: Anker Publishing.

Powney, J. (1994). Researching equal opportunities policies for staff in further and higher education. Policy Studies. 15(4): 34-49.

Rees, Ruth (1998). An equitable recruitment and hiring process in the academy?  A case study.  Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Diego, April 13-17, 1998.

Rees, Ruth (1998). An equitable recruitment and hiring process in the academy?  A case study.  Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Diego, April 13-17, 1998.

Ryerson Hiring Guide – Conducting an Academic Interview http://www.ryerson.ca/working/managers/hireguide/section45/

Sagaria, Mary Ann D. (2002). An exploratory model of filtering in administrative searches: Toward counter-hegemonic discourses. The Journal of Higher Education. 73(6): 677-710.

Smith, Daryl. G, Turner, Caroline, S., Osei-Kofi, Nana & Richards, Sandra (2004). Interrupting the usual: Successful strategies for hiring diverse faculty. The Journal of Higher Education. 75(2): 133-160.

Smith, David C. (2000). “Will there be enough excellent profs?” Report on prospective demand and supply conditions for university faculty in Ontario.  Council of Ontario Universities.

Turner, Caroline V.S. (2002). Diversifying the Faculty: A Guidebook for Search Committees. Washington: AACU.

Winter, P.A. (1997). Faculty Position Advertisements in Educational Administration: Analysis and a Theoretical Framework for Improving Administrative Practice. ERIC Database. Document No. ED 435 302.