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January 10, 2020

Rebecca Springer at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention

On Friday, January 10, Rebecca Springer is taking part in a panel discussion on “What Is Humanities Research Now?” at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention in Seattle. She’ll be joined on the panel by Amanda L. Watson (New York U), John Tofanelli (Columbia U), Matthew Roberts (U of Illinois, Urbana), Ashley Champagne (Brown U), Darby Fanning (U of Utah), and Julie Frick Wade (MLA). The Modern Language Association’s Mary Onorato is moderating. For more information, please see the…
Past Event
November 29, 2016

Ithaka S+R Hosts MLA Symposium

Alternative Career Paths for Doctoral Students

The Modern Language Association (MLA) is running a proseminar on careers for twenty graduate students and recent PhD recipients in the New York City area. Proseminar participants explore the full range of careers open to humanities PhDs, from tenure-track positions to employment in business, government, and nonprofit organizations. Ithaka S+R is honored to host this year’s proseminar fellows. Deanna Marcum and other PhDs on our staff will lead a roundtable discussion of their career paths and current positions, commenting on…
Past Event
January 9, 2015

Deanna Marcum on the Future of the Print Record

Deanna Marcum will be speaking on “The Future of the Print Record” panel at the Modern Language Association’s annual convention in Vancouver, British Columbia on Friday, January 9.  Kathleen Fitzpatrick (MLA) is moderating, and the panelists include James Grossman (American Historical Association), Chuck Henry (Council on Library and Information Resources), Geneva Henry (George Washington University), and Andrew M. Stauffer (University of Virginia). “New technologies, changing approaches to research, and growing strains on library space and budgets are dramatically affecting prospects…