Part I - Understanding Career Duality
Chapter 1 - The Career Duality Dilemma: An Early Tale
Chapter 2 - Defining Career Duality
Chapter 3 - Telling Other TalesPart II - The Impetus for Career Duality Chapter 4 - Vocational Calling: The Directional Axis of Vocation Chapter 5 - The Case for Contextual Calling Chapter 6 - Call and Response Part III - The Impact of Career Duality: Synthesizing Possibility Chapter 7 - Authenticity Chapter 8 - Writing Your Own Tale: Charting Your Authentic Career Chapter 9 - A Community of Dualists Part IV - Empowering Others and Living Empowered Chapter 10 - Teaching and Advising for Duality Epilogue: Living Empowered
Cheryl Slay Carr, Associate Professor, Author, Attorney, and Vocalist, is Associate Dean of the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business at Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, received a Master of Public Administration from Clark-Atlanta University, and earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Maryland School of Law. Carr began her career with Belmont University in 2008. As a professor, she has taught and designed courses including Copyright Law, Music Industry Contract Law, Legal Issues in the Entertainment Industry, and Diversity in the Entertainment Industry: Understanding the Business of Jazz.