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A new book seeks to help scholars vault themselves out of the ivory tower and into the wider world.
How an emphasis on diversity, in all its forms, is reshaping faculty roles and academic culture.
Truly grotesque is the range, scope, variety, and, at the same time, numbing repetitiveness of the attacks of senior men on junior women.
Be brave enough to put your ideas into the world unadorned by all the bad habits you picked up in grad school.
To get published now, your book must be well-written. So why are new faculty members still producing deadly dull monographs?
What a role-playing game can teach you about thriving in a doctoral program.