SOURCE: Perspectives on History
by Amanda Seligman
Teaching Career Diversity undid my ancient assumption that a PhD in the humanities should lead to a professorship.
SOURCE: AHA Perspectives
by Erin Leigh Inama, Sarah Stoller, and James Vernon
The myth of the academy as a meritocracy that rewards the smartest and most talented often generates anxiety and depression.
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