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From the Web: The Vitae Bookshelf: Peggy Delmas

From the Web: The Vitae Bookshelf: Peggy Delmas

Vitae's virtual bookshelf invites scholars to discuss five books that influenced them. This week Peggy Delmas, a researcher of leadership and teacher education at the University of South Alabama, shared her top five books focused on the intersection of gender and leadership. She writes.

“For me, the following five books represent the most reflective and soul-searching works out there on the topic of being-both singly and in combination- a woman and a leader.”



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