Teach Your Own Research (and Ultimately Teach Yourself) By Luis Henao Uribe Academics often conceive of research and teaching as two separate practices competing for time. On top of books that have to be read and papers that need to be done (or at least started!), you also have to deal with lesson plans […]
MLA 2018: Advancing the Field: Connecting Humanities Graduate Education and Community College Tea...
Please see below for an overview of the 2018 MLA session co-hosted by the CUNY Humanities Alliance. Feel free to contact Elizabeth Alsop (email@example.com) with any questions, and hope to see some of you there! MLA Session 453: Advancing the Field: Connecting Humanities Graduate Education and Community College Teaching Saturday, January 6th, 8:30-11:30am (Hilton, Concourse […]
Professional Development and Academic Life (When You’re Mentally Dis/abled) By Jenn Polish For the final installment of this series on mental health in college classrooms, I’d like to shift the focus to ourselves as instructors, and consider how those of us with dis/abilities navigate both the classroom and the professional spaces surrounding it. I […]