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The problem with scholarly works that rely on "as quoted in" references, in Clio Bluestocking Tales Link

The loneliness of being an adjunct, in Theoblogy Link

Flaws in the ways scientists communicate, in Don't Get Caught Link

An academic dreaming of a financially secure program, in Madwoman With a Laptop Link

Double standards in punishing coaches, in Racism Review Link

Reflections on a campus interview visit, in Haphazard Musings of a Budding Academic Link

Women and ambition, in Feminema Link

Reacting to a chair's teaching evaluation, in Fie Upon This Quiet Life Link

Feeling old while teaching, in Grumpy Rumblings of the Half-Tenured Link

The influence of Ronald Dworkin, in Balkinization Link

Candidate dinners, in Ferule & Fescue Link

The real value of liberal arts degrees, in McSweeney's Link

The business model for online education, in An und fur sich Link

Dirty secrets about tenure, in 21st Century Scholar Link

Ethics of live-tweeting academic conferences, in AHA Today Link

The Mellen lawsuit against a librarian, in Annoyed Librarian Link

Learning from a job candidate's mistakes, in Academic Jungle Link

Success and recognition of success, in Wandering Scientist Link

A job-hunting success story, in Que Sera? Link

Steven Krause on the debate between Clay Shirky and Aaron Bady over change in higher education Link



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