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.
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.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews journalist and educator Emilly Prado about writing across genre and Black and Brown artivism in Portland.
Dismantle Magazine's interview with Ideas on Fire CEO Cathy Hannabach about building a feminist editing and indexing agency.
Cathy Hannabach chats with professor Tania Lizarazo about digital storytelling, collaborative research, and listening and learning together in public.
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews poet and professor Alix Olson about career transitions, pedagogy, queer kinship, and the limits of resilience.
Cathy Hannabach chats with professor and young adult novelist Ebony Elizabeth Thomas about the power of children's literature and speculative fiction.
Cathy Hannabach talks with author, editor, and podcast co-host Dennis Norris II about the writing process, making publishing more accessible, and difference as a source of strength.
Strategies to avoid the siren song of academic busyness, preserve your time, and finally take those weekends off—for real.
Part instructional session, part love letter to literature's favorite hangers-on. How to edit, use, and love footnotes and endnotes.
A behind-the-scenes look at how Dismantle Magazine co-founders Elise Chatelain and Sara Tatyana Bernstein are turning their side project into a career.
Jenny L. Davis on Chickasaw language revitalization, Indigenous language activism, and building a world where all Indigenous people get to become elders.
Craig Santos Perez talks about poetry as a social justice practice, communal storytelling, and the movement for a decolonial and demilitarized Pacific.
Interdisciplinary scholars often make fantastic academic editors. Here’s how you can get started building an interdisciplinary editing career.
Macarena Gómez-Barris talks about using art to fight extractive capitalism beyond the state, the politics of translation, and working in and with community.
Join us for a book launch party and discussion to celebrate the publication of Succeeding Outside the Academy: Career Paths beyond the Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM.
Veronica Corzo-Duchardt talks about architectural surfaces, her research-based art practice, and the importance of intersectional creative collaboration.
Feminist scholar Imani Perry discusses critiquing patriarchy, academic productivity and self-care, and her fierce commitment to personal and social ethics.
Manuela Lavinas Picq talks about Indigenous Kichwa women in international politics, being a scholar in the Global South, and imagining Indigenous futures.
Professor and writer Francesca T. Royster discusses the queer afterlives of soul music, her formidable family histories, and the power of storytelling.
Librarian and archivist Stacie Williams discusses the politics of information, radical librarianship, and the problematics of digital preservation.
Professor Gayatri Gopinath discusses queering visual culture, revolutionary diasporic aesthetics, and the importance of mentoring queer scholars of color.
Heath Fogg Davis and Julian Gill-Peterson discusses getting rid of gender markers in public restrooms, IDs, sports, and educational institutions.
How to find and seize career opportunities related to teaching, writing, and mentorship to boost your career within or beyond academia.
Intellectual curiosity brings us to our research, but it can get lost along the way. Here are some tips on how to stay curious about your research.
Educator and sexologist Bianca Laureano talks about the radical work of women of color sexual health communities and feminist Afro-Latinx sex education.
Prepping your materials for tenure review is time consuming and stressful. But it is much easier if you keep things organized as you go. Here's how.
One of the worst parts of academic life is the constant moving. Here are our moving tips for academics on how to make it as painless as possible.
Professional training for one of the many cultural studies careers that let you harness your interdisciplinary superpower: academic editing.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha discusses her memoir Dirty River + how queer brown and disabled people write themselves into history.