We Need More Signposts!, A Call for Abstracts and Papers on Alt-Ac Careers

I love my job. I build amazing projects with a great team. I teach courses about all things digital. I collaborate extensively with friends on a wide range of projects. And along the way, I get to rethink what it means to work in and around the academy. My role is part of what has been increasingly called … Continue reading We Need More Signposts!, A Call for Abstracts and Papers on Alt-Ac Careers

Five Questions and Three Answers about Alt-Ac

What follows is my talk for a session at the 2012 MLA on "#alt-ac: Alternative Paths, Pitfalls, and Jobs in the Digital Humanities." I'm thrilled to be speaking on the panel with a fantastic collection of alt-ackers that I admire: Julia Flanders, Matt Jockers, Shana Kimball, Bethany Nowviskie, and Lisa Spiro. Good afternoon, all. My … Continue reading Five Questions and Three Answers about Alt-Ac