#CFP: Encountering the Unexpected

The Religion Graduate Organization invites you to submit paper and panel proposals to the semi-annual Religion Graduate Conference, Encountering the Unexpected: Glitches, (Dis)placements, and Marginalia. This conference actively encourages interdisciplinary discussions about unexpected encounters in the field and in the archives. Specifically, this conference aims to explore surprise occurrences in academic work when ideas, texts, people, and [Read More…]

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Newton’s Three Laws of Graduation

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Why Grad Students Should Blog

Scientific American posted an article on why grad students ought to blog (HT Paul Barford). The article suggests that important skills are learned in the process. As if he had been waiting for that cue, Pat McCullough announced why he blogged, why he stopped, and why he is resurrecting his blog! [Read more…]

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