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Lists of tools like this one invariably age poorly. For an always-up-to-date, much more comprehensive list of useful digital tools, see the excellent DiRT Directory. However, we felt it might be useful to our participants to have a snapshot of tools that could be useful...

source: Beyond the Digital Slide Library

The adjunct labor movement has necessarily prioritized the working conditions of part-time faculty, many of whom are living below the poverty line. But adjuncts need not be card-carrying union members to benefit from these victories,...

source: Vitae

Emily J. Levine's new book details the contradictions and confusions of Jewish life in Hamburg, with ancient religious traditions vying with modern currents of thought, and ancient caution competing with tentative hopes when...

source: New Republic

Many in the art world were staggered by recent reports that the Italian curator Germano Celant is being paid €750,000 to organize a pavilion for the Milan Expo 2015. Celant's fee—and the incredulity it provoked—raises questions about how much curators are...

source: Art Newspaper

Abstract artwork is sometimes misinterpreted as being flatly indiscernible, when in fact it's often simply enchanting and destabilizing, requiring a moment of contemplation from the viewer. This exhibition seeks not only to demystify...

source: Huffington Post

I'm sure you've heard the adage "publish or perish." In order to get tenure—or, as the abysmal job market begets hyperprofessionalization, to be considered for a job at all—a scholar must have a certain amount of articles appear in "peer-reviewed" academic journals....

source: Slate


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