Women and leadership in university management and research



Women, leadership, university management and research


Assuming our female leadership in these challenging times, through research, management and dissemination implies confronting subtle and not so subtle barriers in Latin America. In addition, one way to do it is by accepting the challenge of women's collaboration and alliance supporting other women. In this case, it is not a feminist action, rather what is postulated is a cooperative action in which it is understood that one way to conquer spaces, which have been denied from the patriarchal culture, is by recognizing ourselves as that other legitimately creative, intelligent and versatile. Without ageism and without disqualifying ourselves because it is part of a culture with which, as women, we have contributed to preserve


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Author Biography

Beatriz Carolina Carvajal, Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado, Venezuela

Venezuelan, Post-doctorate in History of Science, Techniques and Epistemology. Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Brazil. Post-doctorate in Social Sciences, Communication Sciences, Humanities and Arts. National University of Cordoba. Argentina; Doctor in Human Sciences. University of Zulia. Venezuela; Magister Scientarium in Integral Rural Development. Mention: Planning. (UNELLEZ); Sociologist. University of the Plains Ezequiel Zamora. (UNELLEZ). Venezuela. Research professor at the Central Western University "Lisandro Alvarado" Barquisimeto, Lara State. Venezuela. Place of Residence Barquisimeto, Venezuela. Email: becaro777@gmail.com


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How to Cite

Carvajal, B. C. (2020). Women and leadership in university management and research. Ágora De Heterodoxias, 6(1), 13-19. Retrieved from https://revistas.uclave.org/index.php/agora/article/view/3359