Lifting a Ton of Feathers: A Woman’s Guide for Surviving in the Academic World |
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Lifting a Ton of Feathers: A Woman’s Guide for Surviving in the Academic World

A classic survival guide, a destroyer of myths about women’s career chances in the university, and a revelation of the Catch-22 positions in which women find themselves. Caplan demonstrates that, while women tend to blame themselves for their failures, their fate is more likely sealed by the unwritten rules in academia. The book is entertaining, though the subject is infuriating. Includes many practical techniques and a checklist for a woman-positive university. Many professors give copies of this book to all their graduate students.