How scholars can use acknowledgements pages to build community, recognize intellectual and affective labor, and strengthen genealogies.
How to rediscover your writing voice after losing confidence, including soliciting constructive feedback and reclaiming your agency.
Tips for refreshing your courses semester to semester to keep things compelling, improving, and relevant to the current moment.
Strategies for writing during the pandemic that foreground radical self-compassion, creativity, and resourcefulness in the face of change.
How faculty can reframe office hours to ensure a transformative effect on students, faculty, and the culture of academia more broadly.
How to get started with interdisciplinary oral history, including researching formats, finding training, and critically reflecting on power dynamics.
How creative writing techniques can deepen classroom discussions, improve academic texts, and expand your own scholarly thinking.
How archival sources can enrich the learning experience and tips on creating assignments that show the political and intellectual stakes of the archive.
How to write a book review that works for your own research and goals, as well as why scholars should write them to build intellectual community.