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Call for New H-Teach Network and Review Editors

H-Teach is issuing a call for new Network Editors and Review Editors. If you are interested in joining H-Teach's volunteer team of Editors, please email us at editorial-teach@mail.h-net.msu.edu with a C.V. and cover letter attached. H-Teach is also looking for bloggers on a recurring or one time basis to contribute to H-Teach's forthcoming blogs.

Re: Article: The Unacknowledged Art of Teaching Graduate Students

I noticed this problem a few years ago will preparing a guide to graduate school for prospective and current graduate students (IS GRADUATE SCHOOL REALLY FOR YOU? THE WHOS, WHATS, WHERES, AND WHYS OF PURSUING A MASTER'S OR PHD, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012). There is some thinking about graduate pedagogy embedded in a few academic memoirs but little else.