09/19/22 • 17 min
In today's episode Race Reflections' Academic Lead/Scholar Scout Mel Green takes us through her personal relationship with imposter syndrome and it's effects on black women. She thinks about concepts like over productivity, burnout, breakdown, authenticity, assimilation and what bell hooks calls the "mind/body split". She uses her experience as a case study and reflects on the tactics and realisations she has found to help her deal with these experiences.
She links her experience to this study:
Experiences With Imposter Syndrome and Authenticity at Research-Intensive Schools of Social Work
Mel Green's website: https://www.melalygreen.com/
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