Do you really want to know how the NEH sausage was made? You just might.
PhD student Alex Strecker knew he wanted a summer internship in Greece, but didn’t anticipate where else that experience would lead.
The group coaching format provides powerful tools with which to confront the issue of grad student overwhelm.
Not every humanities PhD candidate aspires to be a tenure-track professor. What’s the way forward for these students?
Are there things you’re not letting yourself do or have until you finish the PhD?
The big picture job application is less about writing to rules or processes and more about writing towards a desired outcome.
This fall marks three years since I first started advising doctoral students at Duke. What have I learned?
We don’t talk about salary enough when discussing post-graduate school careers. Here are a few things to consider.
How do you deal with the psychological toll of constant waiting and worrying over how “things will turn out”?
The History Department is revamping its pedagogy training for Ph.D. students around the idea that teaching is translation.