Helen Small, Merton Professor of English Language and Literature at . . .
For the past several years, we’ve been trying to rethink . . .
In a recent opinion piece for Inside Higher Ed, George . . .
Academics live with the expectation that they must produce scholarly . . .
When the MLA Delegate Assembly convened at the 2019 annual . . .
Advising is a rewarding, albeit challenging, task. Juggling multiple windows . . .
Paula Krebs: You decided to create a comics dissertation. Can . . .
Two specters are haunting the study of the literature, culture, . . .
Paula Krebs: You decided to create a podcast for your . . .
Educators know there’s a difference between hearing and listening. When . . .
Able-bodiedness should not be a prerequisite for conference participation. If . . .
What happens when a faculty member or department is the target of a coordinated attack? Initially, someone (frequently a student) who is offended. . . .
Are your personal and professional data secure? A few modest actions in three key areas. . . .
Higher education is facing everything from coordinated alt-right attacks on faculty members to threats of public violence. . . .
Most classrooms where we teach about language and culture are . . .
Earning a PhD provides you with more skills and career . . .
The MLA’s 2011 “Professional Employment Practices for Non-Tenure-Track Faculty Members” . . .