SOURCE: Perspectives on History
by Lauren Braun-Strumfels and Tim Herbert
Caught between the Bachelor's and the PhD, the Master's degree in history needs to get much more careful consideration as a part of the historical profession and as training for historians outside of higher education.
SOURCE: Washington Monthly
by Jonathan Zimmerman
A professor of education history addresses a recent book on career diversity for PhD students and questions whether academic departments are prepared to revamp their curricula to prepare students for careers outside academia.
by Michelle Nickerson
A history professor celebrates her graduate students' idiosyncrasies and their outstanding work under duress as redemption for a calamitous semester.
SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education
by Nadirah Farah Foley
Our labor sustains colleges’ educational mission. Now it’s time for universities to sustain us.
SOURCE: AHA Perspectives on History
James Grossman Writes Article on Career Diversity: "Revising Revisited: Words Matter When It Comes to Career Diversity"
by James Grossman
Historians need to write and speak carefully. A single word or phrase, a particularly evocative metaphor, can undermine a nuanced argument pointing in a very different direction.
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