Category Archives: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

Jerome Singerman is the Senior Editor for Literary criticism and cultural studies, medieval and Renaissance studies, and Jewish studies at the University of Pennsylvania Press. For decades, he has shaped what books we read and have read in medieval studies at … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track – First and Foremost, a Medieval Manuscripts Cataloguer

Laura Light is the Director and Senior Specialist of Text Manuscripts at Les Enluminures, a gallery that specializes in selling medieval manuscripts and art from the Middle Ages. Laura is based in Boston. First and Foremost, a Medieval Manuscripts Cataloguer I attended … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track – A Medievalist in the Stacks

Dr. Matthew Z. Heintzelman is the Curator of Western European Collections & Special Collections at the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library, a position he has held since 2004. He was awarded a MA and PhD from the University of Chicago, … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

Danielle Griego received her PhD in History from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2018. She is currently an Independent Scholar, editing her manuscript and working on an essay in a forthcoming edited volume on medieval childhood. Her work focuses on … Continue reading

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Continuing Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

How many ways are there to be a medievalist? How do medievalists choose different career paths? Have changes in graduate programs and graduate advising expanded PhD students’ choices and created an awareness of professional opportunities beyond the tenure track? Following … Continue reading

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Blog Post Series: Medievalists Beyond the Tenure Track

The following post by Russell Stone, Assistant Vice Provost for Assessment and Accreditation at the University of Nevada, Reno, is the first of a series profiling a community of colleagues who are using their medievalist skills and training in a … Continue reading

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