As part of the Library of Congress’ Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program, the Congressional Research Service’s American Law Division is offering one paid fellowship that focuses on Constitutional Law and Education. Interested graduate students should apply by going to the USA jobs page- and applying to project #7 by January 27, 2017.
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Recent Discussion Posts
The Second International Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference
Hosted by the Women’s Research Center and the BGLTQ+ Student Center, University of Central Oklahoma
Call for Papers
Due date: May 7th 2017
Venue: Skirvin Hilton Hotel 1 Park Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 September 28 – 30, 2017
Recent Blog Posts
If you’re like me, getting back to dissertation writing after a long summer can be a challenge...
...particularly as the fall quarter tends to be full of other distracting tasks (Job market! Fellowship applications! Getting your teaching materials ready! Conference abstracts!)
A quick note...
In the coming months, I will be writing a series of "How-To" blog posts, each of which will focus on a digital tool that has been helpful to me in my graduate career. (Airtable! Scalar! StoryMaps! Medium! ...)
Last summer, Kerrie Holloway wrote a very useful Resource Blog for H-GRAD, “Reading about Writing.” Since a few of my favorite books were absent, my blog offers several additions to her suggested reading list. Writing a dissertation is a long process, and along the way it can be useful to stop and review some of the advice that’s out there on effective work habits, efficient writing/reading/researching and navigating personal obstacles.
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Airtable's home page.
How do you organize all of the primary source materials that go into writing your dissertation, conference paper, or academic article --particularly when oftentimes the argument you are making requir