Visible Invisibility

Author: American Bar Association. Commission on Women in the Profession
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To fully examine advancement and retention issues among women attorneys of color, the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession embarked upon a groundbreaking research initiative to answer these questions: Do the work experiences of women ...

Visible Invisibility

Author: Anca-Luminta Iancu
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This dissertation examines the intricate connections between literacy and acculturation by looking at individual literacy practices of first-generation, non-English-speaking European-American immigrant women between 1835 and 1930.

Visible Invisibility

Author: Anca-Luminata Iancu
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The Trouble With Lawyers

Author: Deborah L. Rhode
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ABA Commission, Visible Invisibility, at 14. For the role of sexual concerns, see
Hewlett et al., Sponsor Effect, at 35. For race-related barriers in mentoring, see
Monique R. Payne-Pikus, John Hagan, & Robert L. Nelson, Experiencing
Discrimination: Race and Retention in America's Largest Law Firms, 44 Law &
Soc'y Rev. 553,561 (2010). ABA Commission, Visible Invisibility, at 27. See also
Thomas, The Truth about Mentoring Minorities, at 105; Julie Treadman, The
Diversity Crisis: ...

Women And Leadership

Author: Deborah L. Rhode
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, “Visible Invisibility,” 35; Jill
Schachner Chanen, “Early Exits,” ABA Journal, Aug. 6, 2006, 36. Sarah Dinolfo,
Christine Silva, and Nancy M. Carter, “High Potentials in the Pipeline: Leaders
Pay It Forward” (Catalyst, 2012), 7. See studies cited in Deborah L. Rhode, “From
Platitudes to Priorities: Diversity and Gender Equity in Law Firms,” Georgetown
Journal of Legal Ethics 24 (2011); 1071–72. ABA Commission on Women in the
Profession, ...

Lawyers As Leaders

Author: Deborah L. Rhode
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, Visible Invisibility, at 27. See also
Thomas, Truth About Mentoring Minorities, at 105. ABA Commission on Women
in the Profession, Visible Invisibility, at 15–16: Marc Galanter and William
Henderson, The Elastic Tournament, 60 Stan. L. Rev. 1868, 1914–1916 (2008);
Payne-Pikus, Hagan, Nelson, Experiencing Discrimination, at 576. Institute for
Inclusion in the Legal Profession, The State of Diversity, 46. Bagati, Women of
Color, at 16; ...

What Works For Women At Work

Author: Joan C. Williams
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21. See also Erika Hall, Katherine Phillips, Laurie Rudman, and Peter Glick, “
Double Jeopardy or Greater Latitude: Do Black Women Escape Backlash for
Dominance Displays?” (unpublished paper); Kathrynn A. Adams, “Who Has the
Final Word? Sex, Race, and Dominance Behavior,” Personality and Social
Psychology 38, no. 1 (1980): 1–8. 22. ABA Commission, Visible Invisibility, 26. 23
. Robert W. Livingston, “Race, Gender, and the Dynamics of Social Hierarchy
Reversal” (lecture, ...

Fictions Of The Pose

Author: Harry Berger
Publisher: Stanford University Press
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How will the interplay between the visible and the invisible affect the meanings
we ascribe to fictions of the pose? Such questions are complicated by an
ambiguity in the concept of invisible facture: analysis of the effects produced by
smooth or erasive painting implicates one kind of invisibility; analysis of the
underlying layers in the buildup of paint structure from support to surface
implicates another. The first is an invisibility of the surface perceptible to the
observer's eye — a relative ...

Ontotheological Turnings

Author: Joeri Schrijvers
Publisher: SUNY Press
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and invisibility, since invisibility here cannot be reduced to the limits of the visible.
Invisibility is no longer the darkness of something 'invisable,' but envisages us
from beyond the simple distinction between visibility and invisibility—
independent of the gaze gazing at the icon. But how can the invisible envisage
the visible? Because “it saturates the visibility of the face with meaning” (GWB, 21
). This “meaning” is not something that we give to ourselves, but rather something
that we have ...