What do you do when you have a child and are invited to an interview away from home? Here’s an excerpt from my post on InsideHigherEd: “So when the day came that the phone call arrived from my desired department offering an on-campus interview, I was ready to leave immediately and jump as high as … Continue reading
GenX women on work, life, and higher education
Engaging with, discussing, and facilitating conversation about parenthood and the academy
Conversations in Anthropology
media/ popular culture/ higher ed (now with gifs)
the unruly darlings of public sociology
A Place for a Pedagogy of Kindness (the public and scholarly writing by P. L. Thomas, Furman University)
A Discussion of Qualitative & Quantitative Research Design Issues
Education for a Greater Good * Gretchen Lopez
Exploring what it means to be an ethnographer today
We Know More Than We Think!
Asian American life after the PhD
adventures in the life of a Black Feminist (who happens to be an archaeologist)
thinkings, research, writing and poetry from one body, now, in time and place
juggernaut 1. Something, such as a belief or institution, that elicits blind and destructive devotion or to which people are ruthlessly sacrificed. 2. An overwhelming, advancing force that crushes or seems to crush everything in its path. 3. Brit a very large lorry for transporting goods by road, esp one that travels throughout Europe.