Black and minority ethnic staff in universities are paid less than their white colleagues.
Much of academic philosophy, even on the African continent, is openly and unashamedly in love with the idea of the West as destiny.
Universities in South Africa have tried to "grow their own timber" in a bid to diversify staff bodies. These programs haven't been wildly successful. Why, and what can be done differently?
Academia suffers from a stunning lack of diversity. Only 6% of academics in higher education are black. What are some of the experiences of black faculty?