Monthly Archives: January 2015

CFP for Graduate Students in Medieval Studies; CFP for Robin Hood conference

Two opportunities for you to publish and get your work seen! The first is Hortulus, an online graduate journal of medieval studies; the second, the preliminary announcement for the biannual International Society for Robin Hood Studies conference. If you’re working … Continue reading

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From 65 to (Seemingly) 0 to 65 MPH: (Re) Defining Productivity, The Dissertation Year(s)

I am currently experiencing a phenomenon that I was warned about by friends who are farther along in their degrees that I am or who have finished their degrees, but never really believed could happen to me: I am doing … Continue reading

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SMART New Year’s Resolutions For Graduate Students

It’s January 2. Happy New Year! Statistically speaking, only 8% of Americans who make them achieve their New Year’s resolutions, and most people who go into the new year with a list of resolutions to achieve start out strong and … Continue reading

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