Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Summer 1973

Abstract

As the University of Hawaii seeks to cut its budget and its position count, Women's Studies at the Manoa campus can only hope that its modest requirements, low profile, absence of an administrative head, and experience in developing within the most precarious of situations may allow it to survive. None of the faculty have tenure; only two out of eight have career ladder positions; three of our faculty will not know until late summer whether they have even part-time jobs; one has been fired; and the rest have job security for one more year.

 
 

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