How to prepare for alt-ac or post-ac careers while in graduate school: using your dissertation, building networks, and learning on the job.
Readings on doing scholarly work as women of color and creativity at the intersection of activism and academia.
Powerful reads on accessibility, navigating personal and professional relationships in academia, and grounding activism in history.
Readings on approaching academic and nonacademic jobs and the importance of centering intersectionality in career discussions.
Lately, there's been much ado about trigger warnings. Some have argued that they are a crucial to establish a safe, accessible classrooms for diverse students; others have framed them as a threat to educational integrity. But what exactly are trigger warnings and how can they foster safe(r) spaces of learning?
Resources on finding community, assuring the safety of those marginalized, and garnering the strength to keep moving (and writing).
How to fold writing into your daily life through writing routines and rituals that fit where, when, and how you think and write best.
Resources on knowing how to step back and care for ourselves so we have the energy for social justice work.
Practical tips to fulfill the research, writing, and productivity expectations that come with academic work.
How to convert a CV into a resume highlighting the valuable skills you’ve developed in academia and your fit for diverse jobs.
Readings about altac/postac careers, accessing resources when you've left the academy, and navigating the job market with a disability.
Interdisciplinary research requires a tremendous amount of creativity, mess and play, especially in its early stages. Here's how to start brainstorming.
Readings on the structural realities of the classroom, what's missing from the current discourse on self-care, and positionality in "mesearch."
Readings on disability, vulnerability and labor issues in academia and approaches to obtaining a job as an assistant professor.