How academic departments can support marginalized faculty and end the oppressive practice of grateful guest syndrome.
Resources: Graduate school
Podcast episodes and articles
How to glean useable material from your unfinished summer writing projects and turn that material into publishable work.
How scholars can use acknowledgments pages to build community, recognize intellectual and affective labor, and strengthen genealogies.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Badia Ahad-Legardy about Black historical joy and cultivating intellectual and political inspiration in our daily practices.
How to choose a digital, paper, or combination calendar system and planner to fit your needs and get your projects done.
Cathy Hannabach interviews media studies scholar Meredith D. Clark about planning during the pandemic and tools to support mental health.
How writing commitments (instead of writing plans or goals) can help you write amidst uncertainty and change.
Reviewing your priorities is a standard part of any year-end review but reviewing 2020 presents some new challenges. Here’s help.
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.
How faculty can reframe office hours to ensure a transformative effect on students, faculty, and the culture of academia more broadly.
From choosing a meeting frequency to figuring what kind of feedback members would benefit most from, here’s what to consider when starting a writing group.