Just as you near or cross the doctoral finish line, it hits: the "Who am I? What now?" conundrum.
This year's meeting of the nation's largest humanities organization focused on the academic workplace more than ever before -- and that spotlight promises to widen.
For Ph.D.s, figuring out how to describe your "transferable skills" is a lot harder than it looks.
It should make us look far more closely at how we advise graduate students.
A faculty-search process that used to be finite and uniform is now year-round, scattershot, and ruthless.
In the literary humanities, a sea change is underway in the job-search process and the discipline itself.
Here’s how to assist your new colleagues in their first year on the campus.
The hiring situation for English majors is not so bad, but "not so bad" is not good enough.