It wasn’t supposed to happen this way. I was supposed to breeze through graduate school without any changes: start in my hometown, comp in my hometown, defend in my hometown, and finish in my hometown. After that, I could move away, find the right girl, get married, get a job, and so forth. Here’s what […]
At the Digivangelism session at Great Lakes THATCamp, campers provided some great advice about converting our colleagues to the digital humanities. However, graduate students often must justify their own forays into the world of digital humanities before they even begin to evangelize. Furthermore, it can be a daunting prospect to articulate the […]
Meeting with your committee can be a daunting task. Often, the prospect of rounding up a number of experts, and then sitting in front of them and talking about your research, can be terrifying. Here are a couple tips that might help make your first (and all the rest) of your committee meetings more […]
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