A new blog post has been created of interest to those graduate students in the humanities invested in improving their academic writing. The piece outlines the process of starting a peer-led writing group utilizing Eric Hayot's The Elements of Academic Style (2014), and links to a page of resources and guides you can use to get started.
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“This is a book for finding your way” (4).
By Kara Hisatake, Sarah Papazoglakis, Katie Trostel, and Tsering Wangmo
The Department of History at The University of Alabama is pleased to announce its eighth annual Graduate Student Conference on Power and Struggle, to be held at the UA campus on October 7-8, 2016. The conference will feature a keynote banquet by Dr. Darren Dochuk, Associate Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. Dr.
Journal of Women’s History Graduate Student Article Prize