Book promotion strategies, tips, and options that work with—rather than against—an introverted disposition.
Resources: interdisciplinary career
How we are building intersectional feminist futures of peer review and a more just scholarly publishing ecosystem.
Cathy Hannabach’s keynote address on how building critical generosity into editorial practice is a key way we build the worlds we want to inhabit.
How the tenure process is like a pie-eating contest at the county fair and what that says about service labor in higher education.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Magdalena L. Barrera and Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales about supporting Latinx graduate students in PhD and MA programs.
Co-teaching strategies for in-person and online courses that draw on each faculty member’s strengths while supporting students
Making the case for faculty disability accommodations that go beyond individualism and toward structural change.
How academic departments can support marginalized faculty and end the oppressive practice of grateful guest syndrome.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Anima Adjepong about intuition in the research process, intellectual promiscuity, and their book Afropolitan Projects.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Nitasha Tamar Sharma about balance and recalibrating work and life across one’s interdisciplinary career.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Catherine Knight Steele about extensions of grace, collaboration, and the future of Black digital studies.
How to glean useable material from your unfinished summer writing projects and turn that material into publishable work.
Cathy Hannabach interviews Dena’ina musician-scholar Jessica Bissett Perea about transforming the academic publishing pipeline by centering Indigenous worldviews.
How an interdisciplinary index helps an author meet their goals, reach diverse audiences, and change the world for the better.
How scholars can use acknowledgments pages to build community, recognize intellectual and affective labor, and strengthen genealogies.
Cathy Hannabach interviews scholar and performance artist J. Faith Almiron about abolitionist pedagogy in the classroom and the art world.
How mid-career faculty can prioritize the academic service requests that are most important to them while balancing their time.
What to include in your speaker contract for online or in-person guest lectures, keynotes, and invited talks at academic events.