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Recent Discussion Posts

CFP: Youth Literature and Media

The Youth Literature and Media area of the Midwest Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association is seeking proposals for papers, panels, and presentations for the 2019 MPCA/ACA Conference. We’re interested in topics that explore the many tight intersections between, or loose boundaries around, childhood, youth, and popular culture.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Workshop for the History of Environment, Agriculture, Technology & Science (WHEATS 2019)

https://wheats2019.wordpress.com/

October 4-6, 2019.

Michigan State University, Department of History                                                                                                                                                                                        

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Recent Blog Posts

After the PhD: Program Management in Higher Ed with Amanda Sharick

Resource Blog

After the PhD: Program Management in Higher Ed with Amanda Sharick

After the PhD: Exploring Career Paths in the Humanities

At H-Grad, we have made a concerted effort to better utilize our network and its members to compile useful resources for our community. (Be sure to check out our ever-expanding list of links, especially those pertaining to teaching and TA resources!)

Happy New Year

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Happy New Year from the H-Grad editorial staff!

Along with resolutions to eat healthier, sleep more, and exercise regularly, many of us are also making a vow to read and write more effectively, become better teachers, and pursue new opportunities, such as conferences and academic journal submissions. H-Grad’s site is continually growing, with ideas to help you begin, and follow through on, your resolutions throughout the year.

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