This article offers suggestions for integrating scholarship about Ukraine into your syllabi for the coming year. By including works on Ukraine, you will amplify Ukrainian history, culture, and language. In other words, you will let Ukraine speak.
Small Acts of Storytelling: Why We Need More History
College students are taking fewer history classes than ever before. The consequences have implications not just for our collective knowledge about the past, but also for our ability to make sense of the present.
A Short Guide to Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals
This short guide explains the importance of publishing in peer reviewed journals and gives tips on how best to do it.
Getting along in Grad School: Navigating Friendships (or, Yes, you have to be happy for people)
By Sarah King & Tiffany Baugh-Helton As part of our sub-series “Getting along in Grad School,” today we’re looking at how to sustain friendships as a grad student. Look for forthcoming articles in this series, “Getting Involved as a New Grad Student,” and “Creating a Cohort.” Graduate school offers a rare opportunity to forge friendships... Continue Reading →