April 10th, 2014 § § permalink
Note: Be on the lookout for more “Getting a Start in…” events this quarter!
GETTING A START IN PUBLISHING
April 15, 2014 (4:30-5:30)
Classics 110, refreshments served
Despite doom and gloom rhetoric (see image) about the fate of the publishing industry, small presses, magazines, and literary organizations are thriving—and hiring—in Chicago and farther afield. Where do you start to look for publishing jobs and discern whether you are qualified? How can you build a network? And perhaps most importantly, how do you articulate the value of graduate student work to potential employers? Join us for a conversation with representatives from four great Chicago publishing institutions: » Read the rest of this entry «
March 14th, 2014 § § permalink
Harper Memorial Library
For those prospective students planning on arriving early to Campus Days, MAPH has plenty of suggestions for ways to enjoy the city. » Read the rest of this entry «
January 6th, 2014 § § permalink
DO YOU ALREADY HAVE A JOB FOR NEXT YEAR? YES? OKAY, YOU CAN STOP READING THIS POST NOW.
WHAT? YOU DON’T HAVE A JOB YET? IT’S TIME TO START THINKING ABOUT ONE!
But it’s still winter! Surely I don’t have to think about the future yet!
You may remember a post on professionalization from last quarter which told you that you don’t have to worry about finding a job until Winter Quarter–well, it’s Winter Quarter now, which means: » Read the rest of this entry «
October 16th, 2013 § § permalink
A guest post by Bill Hutchison (MAPH ’12), an enthusiastic library patron, one of last year’s mentors, and a current PhD candidate in English at UChicago. Bill will also talking with Matti Bunzl at today’s The Work of a Humanist: A Conversation with Matti Bunzl (PhD ’98).
Go towards the light!!
“Libraries raised me.”
The UChicago library system is—as it should be—a labyrinthine construct with countless treasures, secrets, and codes. Discovering what it holds and how to access it can be one of the great pleasures of graduate school. If you, like me, take tremendous joy from learning how to wield your library to your own wild, intellectual ends, take note: herein I will share with you some of my discoveries. » Read the rest of this entry «