Academic Employment, Tenure, and Scholarly Identity

Brian Croxall, The Absent Presence: Today’s Faculty

Ethan Watrall, Building Interdisciplinary Identity in a (Mostly) Non-Interdisciplinary Academic World

David Parry, Be Online or Be Irrelevant

Tom Scheinfeldt, Making It Count: Toward a Third Way

Bethany Nowviskie, monopolies of invention, on compensation

Bethany Nowviskie, #alt-ac: alternate academic careers for humanities scholars, #alt-ac collection: work in progress

Mark Sample, The Open Source Professor

Jim Groom, The Economics of Adjuncting

Tom Van Hout, The Contingency of Academic Labor

Lee E. Skallerup, Edupunk vs. Edupreneur

Ernesto Priego, Portrait of the Artist as a Digital Native

Ernesto Priego, Oh Déjà Vu: On Social Media and Narcissism

Mark Sample, Transparency, Teaching, and Taking My Evaluations Public

Matt Kirschenbaum, Why I Blog Under My Own Name (And a Modest Proposal)

Dan Cohen, Professors Start Your Blogs

Phil Agre, Networking on the Network: A Guide to Professional Skills for PhD Students (nominated by Matt Kirschenbaum)

Mark Sample, Career Killing Blogs

David Doria, Why does no one care that professors aren’t trained as instructors?

Tom Scheinfeldt, New Wine in Old Skins: Why the CV needs hacking

Michael J. Altman, Hacking the Ph.D. Degree

Denise Horn, The Seduction of Belonging

Mary Churchill, Academia and the Social Contract

Patrick Murray-John, thoughts on omeka-fied cv

Valerie Forrestal, A rant on institutional Facebook pages

Sean Takats, Diderot as Digital Humanist

Anne Trubek, The Grad School Brain Drain

Josh Greenberg, On Leaving an Academic Blog Fallow

Tim Cotterman, Aw Man, Work 2.0: The Closing of the Digital Frontier

Patrick Murray-John, Online CVs

Will Riley, Crowdfunding the Academy