CDC Library: Graduate Study for the 21st Century: How to build an academic career in the humanities

The CDC Library recently purchased the following book. Come check it out!

Graduate Study for the 21st Century: How to build an academic career in the humanities, by Gregory Colon Semenza
An except from the author’s description: This is a book designed solely for graduate students who wish to become professors on the tenure track; it does not spend time on alternative career paths. Its unique focus on building a professorial career means that this book dedicates a significant amount of attention to professional development issues, including publishing, attending conferences, and job searching. It emphasizes how a smart and informed “streamlining” approach to graduate study and teaching can lead to both a meaningful (and relatively short) graduate career and the sort of professional accomplishments that will make you a standout on the job market. Graduate Study for the 21st Century is the only guide that recognizes the specific needs of students in the humanities.

CDC Library resources can be checked out for 7 days at a time.

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