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Reviving the history survey course, in AHA Today Link

A (parody) guide for adjuncts to teaching composition, in McSweeney's Link

Teaching the humanities, in The New York Review of Books Link

Learning to teach athletes, in Quills Link

A return to Oxford, in Bardiac Link

"Progressive stacking" and other ways to promote classroom participation, in The Tattooed Professor Link

Getting the most out of conference travel, in The Prodigal Academic Link

Brutalist campus architecture, in Slate Link

Study the humanities, and get a job, in Pacific Standard Link

The supply of adjuncts, in Clarissa's Blog Link

Sexism and perceptions of disciplines, in Scatterplot Link

Applying "The New Education" in the Classroom, in HASTAC Blog Link

Problems with the title of "independent scholar," in Historista Link

How winners of economics Nobel spend their money, in MarketWatch Link

Adjunct realities, in The Adjunct Crisis Link

Chocolate and writing, in Not of General Interest Link

Helping students through Shakespeare anxiety, in Excelsior Link

Teaching about death and violence, in The Duck of Minerva Link

Adjuncts and the broken system of higher ed, in Busynessgirl Link

Publishing an academic paper in economics, in The Grumpy Economist Link


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