Host Cathy Hannabach interviews scholar Christopher Persaud about juggling diverse projects without getting overwhelmed.
How to build a project management system that fits your real, messy, and embodied life—including how to stop doing what isn’t working.
Cathy Hannabach interviews cultural critic and professor Koritha Mitchell about the history of Black women’s citizenship and achievement.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Emma Pérez and Juana María Rodríguez about writing partnerships during a pandemic and queer sociality.
Catherine Fung shares how leaving academia let her find abundance, creativity, and a fulfilling and intellectually vibrant career.
Imagine Otherwise: Elizabeth Wayne and Christine “Xine” Yao on Podcasting Across the STEM/Humanities Divide
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Elizabeth Wayne and Christine “Xine” Yao about creating the PhDivas podcast and labor activism in academia.
Learn strategies to manage the end-of-term crunch with energy to spare, avoid burnout, and lay the groundwork for a relaxing and productive winter break.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews librarian Fobazi Ettarh about radical librarianship, vocational awe, and solidarity in libraries and academia.
Learn how to articulate academic service priorities to yourself and colleagues and say no and yes in ways that align with your values and support your career.
Learn how to foster intellectual community in academic workplaces using reading and writing groups, engaging mentorship, and other strategies.
Major themes at the 2019 Editors Canada conference included diversity in editing, the importance of plain language, and sensitivity reading.
Learn how to move to a new city, settle in, and make any place feel like home—no matter how contingent the position or temporary the stay.