Join Dr. Cathy Hannabach, founder of Ideas on Fire, for a workshop on how to plan a successful job search for careers beyond the academy.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Jasmine Nichole Cobb about haptic blackness and the cultural politics of Black hair in US visual culture.
Cathy Hannabach interviews women’s and gender studies professor Mairead Sullivan about the histories and futures of lesbian feminism.
Cathy Hannabach interviews ethnic studies scholar Josen Masangkay Diaz about US–Philippine relations during the Cold War and Filipino America today.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Erin Durban about how the relationship between the US and Haiti shapes the lives of queer and trans Haitians.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Jennifer Lynn Kelly about the temporality of ethnographic research and letting our writing projects change over time.
Co-teaching strategies for in-person and online courses that draw on each faculty member’s strengths while supporting students
Congrats to our clients who published books this year! We loved working on these interdisciplinary books in queer studies, Black studies, media studies, and more.
How to write a successful first book proposal that takes into account the changing world authors, publishing staff, and global partners inhabit.
Addressing the peer review crisis with a more manageable process for reviewers, journal editors, and authors alike.
Making the case for faculty disability accommodations that go beyond individualism and toward structural change.
Publishing your book during a global pandemic requires a lot more flexibility, self-compassion, and willingness to experiment.
Cathy Hannabach interviews digital media scholar Josef Nguyen about the promises and perils of flexible planning in education, work, and life.
How academic departments can support marginalized faculty and end the oppressive practice of grateful guest syndrome.
Successful journal article publishing requires a plan that can adapt to changing circumstances and needs. Here’s how to create one.