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Dr. Who as an anthropologist, in Savage Minds Link

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Teaching survey courses, in Academic Cog Link

The decision to go to grad school, in Slate Link

Proofreading a text, in The Little Professor Link

Worries about being viewed as a "stale" Ph.D., in Leiter Reports Link

A compilation of new research on gun violence, in The Monkey Cage Link

Justice Kennedy, affirmative action and gay marriage, in Slate Link

Becoming a mad professor (of sorts), in Fumbling Towards Tenure Link

A call for academics and ex-academics to talk, in After Academe Link

Reaching out to female science students, in Academic Jungle Link

Getting your grading done, in Not of General Interest Link

Reading in public, in 3 Quarks Daily Link

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Sherman Dorn on the flaws of differential tuition Link

Fact-checking student essays, in Fie Upon This Quiet Life Link



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