When a Journal Is a Scam: How Some Publications Prey on Scholarship as Public Good
Debjani Bhattacharyya with Seth Denbo | Sep 17, 2018
What everyone should know about predatory journals.
How Did You Form Your Network? The Final Question from a Thoroughly Unscientific Poll
From the President
Mary Beth Norton | Sep 14, 2018
Academics depend on professional networks, but forming them can be a mysterious process.
Feeling Your Way toward a Non-Faculty Job: Reflections from a PhD Career Advisor
Courtney Wiersema | Sep 13, 2018
The hardest thing about a non-faculty job search may be the need to forge an identity separate from one’s academic self.
The Business of Publishing Concerns Us All
Michael J. McGandy | Sep 4, 2018
Scholarly communication is nothing without university presses. Is there room for a broader conversation about that at the annual meeting?
AHA Member Spotlight: Bianca Premo
Matthew Keough | Sep 18, 2018
Bianca Premo is a professor of history at Florida International University.
Grant of the Week: Phillips Fund for Native American Research
Zoë Jackson | Sep 12, 2018
The American Philosophical Society is accepting applications for the Phillips Fund for Native American Research.
Dane Kennedy | Sep 7, 2018
The farm bill, renewed every five years or so, has transformed America’s agricultural landscape.
Raising a Stink
Chelsea Denault | Sep 6, 2018
Working in sustainability provided Denault unique insights into why Detroit once built the world’s largest trash incinerator.
Letters of Rec
Suzanne Marchand | Sep 4, 2018
Writing (and reading) these formulaic commendations is a task with few rewards.