From Doctoral Study to … Digital Humanities
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 6.12.18
Essay co-authored by Jennifer S. Furlong, director of the office of career planning and professional development at The Graduate Center of The City University of New York. Even though it hasn’t been the savior that some advocates hoped it would be, the digital humanities continues to have its moment on the academic job market, in the classroom and the laboratory, and among major funders of humanities research. Helping graduate students to develop digital skills is at the center of almost every conversation about retooling the humanities Ph.D. digital humanities.
Submitted on: JUN 12, 2018
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