At least, not in the way you might think. Ashton Merck (PhD ’20, History) shares her take on “transferable skills” after a year of job searching.
What do Duke humanities Ph.D.s who don’t pursue academic jobs end up doing? Who are they and can I speak with some?
Elizabeth Brake (Ph.D.’13 History) shares five insights from her own experience of building a network and starting a career in a region where she had few professional contacts.
Langston, a former Graduate School Administrative Intern, was a 2015 ACLS Public Fellow and now works as a senior associate at PolicyLink, a national research and action institute dedicated to advancing economic and social equity.