In the past few weeks there has been a number of discussions on the role of blogging in scholarly communication and whether they should be included in promotion and tenure. What it comes down to is how we place blogging into our current methods for evaluating scholarly work. How does blogging fit into promotion […]
This is a guest post by Rachel Herrmann, a PhD Candidate in history at the University of Texas at Austin. Her twitter is @Raherrmann.
In my second year of graduate school, a professor assigned a section of historian Forrest McDonald’s memoir Recovering the Past, in which McDonald describes traveling around the country and sometimes sleeping in […]
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