Vol. 5 Nbr. 2, April 2012
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- Breaking the stained glass ceiling: African women's leadership in religious organizations.
- Spirituality as a vehicle for passing through the stained glass ceiling: perspectives on African American women's leadership in US organizations.
- Supportive leadership behavior key to breaking the glass ceiling in religious communities in Malawi.
- From the pantry to the pulpit: Anglican clergywomen in the diocese of Trinidad and Tobago.
- Servant leaders who picked up the broken glass.
- Tempered radicals: black women's leadership in the church and community.
- They bleed but they don't die: towards a theoretical canon on Ga-Adangbe gender studies.
- No more glass ceiling? Negotiating women's leadership role in eternal sacred order of Cherubim and Seraphim.
- Sustainable leadership: lessons and implications of a leadership development program for women religious in Africa.