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Graduate students in the humanities rarely intend to pursue non-faculty careers -- but with more of them doing so, new survey suggests that doctoral programs may need to change.
Sarah Ann Fleming considers what you are likely to be asked and what you might want to ask.
How did an academic hold full-time jobs simultaneously at universities in Canada and Britain?
At teaching-oriented colleges, a search committee will be focused on how candidates match institutional values, not just their C.V.s, writes Melanie Springer Mock.
Just because you finish your Ph.D. doesn't mean you have to do a national job search, writes Rachel Leventhal-Weiner. Sometimes your best bet is to make a career where you are.
Senior Africana studies professors at Penn pledge to skip president's dinner, saying diversity push at Penn is more talk than action.
Even if you aren't asking the questions, you can guide the conversation, writes Katherine Ellison.
It's time to set your research aside and to think about the undergraduate classroom, writes John Fea.
Husband and wife on the faculty hiring market decide to post their requirements so that colleges can apply to employ them.
Katherine Ellison and Cheryl Ball share questions you can expect to hear at an MLA interview.
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