Recommended Reading on the Black/African American Doctoral Experience – July 2017

by drfelder

If you are conducting/citing research on the Black/African American doctoral experience consider the following abbreviated list of recommended sources:

African Americans and the doctoral experience: Implications for policy

Am I going crazy? A critical race analysis of doctoral education

Understanding race in doctoral student socialization

On doctoral student development: Exploring faculty mentoring in the shaping of African American doctoral student success

Extending Bell’s concept of interest convergence: A framework for understanding the African American doctoral student experience

Journey to Ph.D.: How to navigate the process as African Americans

The impact of race and gender on graduate school socialization, satisfaction with doctoral study, and commitment to degree completion

Employing a Black feminist approach to doctoral advising: Preparing Black women for the professoriate

Cross cultural mentoring in institutional contexts

“Mom made me do it”: The role of family in African Americans’ decisions to enroll in doctoral education

Black graduate education at historically Black colleges and universities